Bit Players, Has-Been Actors and Other Posers (Bit Players, #1)

Bit Players, Has-Been Actors and Other Posers (Bit Players, #1)

S.M. Stevens / Feb 24, 2020

Bit Players Has Been Actors and Other Posers Bit Players Finally a novel for teen lovers of musical theatre and show choir Bit Players Has Been Actors and Other Posers takes you deep into the heart of a high school drama program with its creativity cama

  • Title: Bit Players, Has-Been Actors and Other Posers (Bit Players, #1)
  • Author: S.M. Stevens
  • ISBN: 9781466434127
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Paperback
  • Finally, a novel for teen lovers of musical theatre and show choir Bit Players, Has Been Actors and Other Posers takes you deep into the heart of a high school drama program, with its creativity, camaraderie, politics and, well, drama Join Sadie Perkins in her quest for a lead role, as the Crudup High School drama club makes its own musical out of Twilight Intrigue abouFinally, a novel for teen lovers of musical theatre and show choir Bit Players, Has Been Actors and Other Posers takes you deep into the heart of a high school drama program, with its creativity, camaraderie, politics and, well, drama Join Sadie Perkins in her quest for a lead role, as the Crudup High School drama club makes its own musical out of Twilight Intrigue abounds Why does Sadie s rival Lucey really get the role of Bella What s behind foreign exchange student Nigel s interest in high school theatre And where does the show s director, Mr Ellison, disappear to three days before opening night With everything falling apart, can the cast even pull off the show

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    About "S.M. Stevens"

      • S.M. Stevens

        S.M Stevens, author of the Bit Players book series for teen and young adult musical theatre lovers, wanted to be a star, but didn t have the lack of inhibition or abundance of self confidence to make it to the top of her high school drama program Like Sadie in Bit Players, she wowed the directors at the audition of her high school play, only to lose the lead and find out later it was promised to a friend of hers in advance of auditions Stardom slipped from her grasp while the unfairness of high school life was confirmed again.She worked for three summers following high school in a university based theatre program, as a clown in Stop The World, I Want to Get Off as Ensemble Maid in My Fair Lady, and in the lighting booth for The Music Man She also worked stage crew and in various front of house jobs including Box Office Manager at her college.In all of these settings, she discovered the true miracle of musical theatre the highs, the lows, the hard to describe bonding with your cast mates and crew, and that special something that makes performing in a show different from any other experience life has to offer.She hopes Bit Players the book and the blog will bring you into this world in an entertaining and thought provoking way If you ve never been in a show, read the book and get the buzz that way if you have done shows, you ll know what Sadie is talking about and thinking and feeling.


    796 Comments

    1. What I loved most about this book is the strong characterisation. Sadie, the main character, has such a strong build up of features that you cannot help but feel drawn to her. I was rooting for her the whole way through, lacking in confidence, but incredibly talented you cannot help but will her to succeed. When the characters are built up so extensively, the plot hangs together so much better and this is definitely proven in this book!The supporting characters are just as well described, I love [...]


    2. I received Bit Players, Has-Been Actors And Other Posers by S.M. Stevens for review, and these are my honest thoughts. I agreed to take on this trilogy for a few reasons. The main one being, for some reason I love books that take place in the high school setting. I am not sure why, I just love seeing how everything unfolds. The drama, whose friends with whom, the cliques, the bullies, etc. It all fits together to make for a great book. Also! I love reading about plays. I do not love reading play [...]


    3. I wouldn't say this is a great book, but it's one that hit close to home for me, having grown up in the theatre world, feuded with high school theater teachers, and made friends with actors, dancers and writers of all kinds. Nothing in my high school years was ever quite as wild as kidnappings or affairs with teachers, but hey, strange things happen. Theater kids and ex-theater kids will appreciate this one as much as I did.



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