Bit Players, Bullies and Righteous Rebels

Bit Players, Bullies and Righteous Rebels

S.M. Stevens / Mar 30, 2020

Bit Players Bullies and Righteous Rebels Sadie Perkins just wants the Crudup High drama club s spring musical to go smoothly but the original production of Wuthering Heights A Modern Tragedy is threatened when an anonymous texter starts bul

  • Title: Bit Players, Bullies and Righteous Rebels
  • Author: S.M. Stevens
  • ISBN: 9781481015103
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sadie Perkins just wants the Crudup High drama club s spring musical to go smoothly, but the original production of Wuthering Heights A Modern Tragedy is threatened when an anonymous texter starts bullying Sadie s gay friend Foster, the lead in the play And Sadie s boyfriend Alex is suddenly acting homophobic, making Sadie wonder if she really knows him at all On topSadie Perkins just wants the Crudup High drama club s spring musical to go smoothly, but the original production of Wuthering Heights A Modern Tragedy is threatened when an anonymous texter starts bullying Sadie s gay friend Foster, the lead in the play And Sadie s boyfriend Alex is suddenly acting homophobic, making Sadie wonder if she really knows him at all On top of that, she has to add a controversial, secret song and dance number to the show behind the director s back, to impress the professor from the Yale School of Drama.Find out what happens in this sequel to the popular Bit Players, Has Been Actors and Other Posers Bit Players is one of the few book series written for teens who love musical theatre.

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      • 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.


    882 Comments

    1. I received this book free from giveaway. This was so entertaining It reads just like a script, and it includes links to music that goes with the book, read this in one sitting! The story was good the lives of high school students and things they go through. This would be a great book to use a guide for high school theatre teachers, maybe they could use the story and get ideas for their own plays or just let the students read this and have discussions. I think young readers can relate to this st [...]


    2. Once again the book has extremely strong characterisation; Sadie as the main character has grown in stature and comes across as a strong and more mature character. I really wanted to see her thrive in the first book, and through this book she has really grown into herself and has become more of character in her own right rather than an unlikely main character. Additionally Alex has grown from a side-character to a main character, and although the story revolves around his potential involvement i [...]



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