Shakespeare scripts

| Tuesday February 8 2011 3:13 pm | Comments (4)

Need thee some Shakespeare?

Rehearsal works great with the single-page scrolling format of standard screenplays used in television and film work. But when it comes to stage plays, the side-by-side booklet format of what the printing industry calls a “double-truck folio” doesn’t work so well, and that includes the folios of Shakespeare’s plays.

Not to fear – is here. Get Shakespeare’s plays, re-flowed into single page screenplay PDF format, with all the original content and stage direction of the first folio modern translations. And they work perfectly with Rehearsal!


  1. Comment by Billy B. — February 11, 2011 @ 11:04 pm

    Love the app. Would be great to be able to organize the scripts and scenes in MY SCENES into folders. Is that on your radar?

  2. Comment by David H. Lawrence XVII — February 11, 2011 @ 11:12 pm

    Not likely a high priority, given the interface tools we have at our disposal, and a survey that shows most actors get rid of the scripts they’ve worked on once the audition has passed, or the production they are working on is over. I’ve put it on the list, though. Thanks for the suggestion!

  3. Comment by Sonja B — February 20, 2011 @ 1:30 am

    I already have Rehearsal 1. Is there a less expensive way to upgrade to Rehearsal 2 than buying it as a new app?

  4. Comment by David H. Lawrence XVII — February 20, 2011 @ 1:52 am

    All that’s required to upgrade is a one time payment of $20. There is no less expensive way – we gave upgrades to everyone who had purchased a month subscription within the last two months before we released Rehearsal 2. It appears that your free 30 day trial ended on November 27th of last year, so with the old version of Rehearsal, that $20 would renew you for a full month – but with Rehearsal 2, you never pay again. We hope you’ll upgrade – the new version has new features that make your work with scripts even better. Hope this helps.

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