Reader’s Theater

Reader’s Theater is a simple approach to drama. You don’t use props, costumes, or a stage. It’s a off shoot from old time radio shows in which the person uses different accents, voices, and volume to tell a story. It differs in that the actors can use their bodies and faces to express emotions and changes in the piece.
Also, a narrator gives the background information of place, time, characters, and so on.

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