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    Anamnesis is offline Newbie
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    Hello everyone!

    I'm searching for some plays that could be used in classroom, for different levels. for the beginners I've found this site Reader's Theatre Play Scripts from Whootie Owl - free!. I would need something for intermediate, upper and advanced . For the advanced the classics would go I think. What's your opinion? What about the intermediate?
    I'm a first year teacher so, I would really appreciate your advice!

    Thank you thank you!

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    Hello

    can I suggest you try www.plays4theatre.com - the home of New Theatre Publications and The Playwrights' Co-operative. There are several plays on there that might meet your needs, go to the catalogue page and check the "Youth" button to get a list. It's particularly worth look at the works of David Walker, especially "Acting Young". If you find anything you can have a copy sent to you (for evaluation purposes only) free of charge.

    Best of luck

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    Thank you a lot for your precious tip! this link is indeed very useful ;) I will check the author you have mentioned :)

    All the best!

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    useful links...... especially for high school students

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