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Henry IV Part 1 – Cast list for 5

The table below provides the cast list for Henry IV Part 1 for 5 players. Click on the Characters of the Player No. that you have been given, and you will be taken to a script in Highlight text for your characters, and starting at Act One Scene One: . Player Part 1 Hotspur, Westmorland, Bardoll, Chamberlain, Peto Note: Player 1 talks to themselves once in A2S4 2 Falstaff, Mortimer, Northumberland, Sir Michael, Messenger, Vintner, Servant 3 Prince Hal, Vernon, 1 Carrier, …Read More

The Tempest – Cast list for 10 players

The table below provides the cast list for The Tempest for 10 players. Click on the Characters for the Player No. that you have been given, and you will be taken to a script in Highlight text for your characters, and starting at Act One Scene One: . Player Character(s) 1 Prospero 2 Antonio, Trinculo 3 Caliban, Adrian 4 Ariel 5 Stephano, Spirits, Mariner 6 Gonzalo, Juno 7 Ferdinand, Boatswain 8 Sebastian, Iris 9 Miranda, Francisco, Master 10 Alonso, Ceres When …Read More

The Tempest – Cast list for 9 players

The table below provides the cast list for The Tempest for 9 players. Click on the Characters for the Player No. that you have been given, and you will be taken to a script in Highlight text for your characters, and starting at Act One Scene One: . Player Character(s) 1 Prospero 2 Antonio, Trinculo 3 Miranda, Sebastian 4 Stephano, Ceres, Francisco, Spirits, Mariner 5  Caliban, Adrian, Master 6  Ariel 7  Gonzalo, Juno 8 Ferdinand, Boatswain 9 Alonso, Iris . When everyone …Read More

The Tempest – Cast list for 8 players

The table below provides the cast list for The Tempest for 8 players. Click on the Characters for the Player No. that you have been given, and you will be taken to a script in Highlight text for your characters, and starting at Act One Scene One: . Player Character(s) 1 Prospero 2 Stephano, Alonso, Spirits, Mariner 3 Antonio, Ferdinand 4 Caliban, Boatswain, Adrian 5  Trinculo, Sebastian,  Juno 6  Gonzalo, Iris 7  Ariel, Master 8  Miranda, Ceres, Francisco . When everyone has selected …Read More

The Tempest – Cast list for 7 players

The table below provides the cast list for The Tempest for 7 players. Click on the Characters for the Player No. that you have been given, and you will be taken to a script in Highlight text for your characters, and starting at Act One Scene One: . Player Character(s) 1 Prospero, Francisco Note: Player 1 talks to themselves once in A3S3 2 Gonzalo, Ferdinand 3 Caliban, Alonso, Juno, Mariner Note: Player 3 talks to themselves once in …Read More

The Tempest – Cast list for 6 players

The table below provides the cast list for The Tempest for 6 players. Click on the Characters for the Player No. that you have been given, and you will be taken to a script in Highlight text for your characters, and starting at Act One Scene One: . Player Character(s) 1 Prospero,  Francisco Note: Player 1 talks to themselves once in A3S3 2 Caliban, Sebastian, Iris, Master Note: Player 2 talks to themselves once in A5S1 3 …Read More

The Tempest – Cast list for 5 players

The table below provides the cast list for The Tempest for 5 players. Click on the Characters for the Player No. that you have been given, and you will be taken to a script in Highlight text for your characters, and starting at Act One Scene One: . Player Character(s) 1 Prospero, Francisco, Mariner Note: Player 1 talks to themselves once in A3S3 2 Stephano, Gonzalo, Miranda, Juno 3 Ariel, Antonio, Ferdinand Notes: Player 3 talks to themselves …Read More

The Tempest – Round-Robin play-reading for 2 – 4 players

If you can only get a few people  together (2 -4) to do a play-reading – less than the smallest cast list we’ve provided, probably the most practical way of reading the play is to read it ‘rouond-robin’. . In other words, each player reads a speech in turn. The first reader reads the first speech; then the next speaker in a clockwise direction reads the next speech; and so …Read More

The Tempest: Introduction

The Play: The Tempest is almost certainly Shakespeare’s last play as sole author. It was first performed in 1611 and first published in the First Folio of 1626. Shakespeare changed his relationship with The King’s Men in 1608, when he bacame a sharer in The Blackfriar’s tenancy, and retired to Stratford around 1610. So The Tempest could be thought of as Shakespeare’s ‘farewell’ to theatre. . The play tells the …Read More

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