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Turn Off the Hallmark Channel and Pick Up “Bit Players, Bird Girls and Fake Break-Ups”

Thanks to “yesteryearhomes” for this new 5-star review of Bit Players, Bird Girls and Fake Break-Ups on Amazon: “I love this series of books. Although theater isn’t my thing, my lack of knowledge didn’t affect how much I enjoyed the … Continue reading

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mylittlebookblog Reviews Bit Players 2

Thanks to Lizzy at mylittlebookblog for her review of Bit Players, Bullies and Righteous Rebels! I encourage you to check out her blog as she posts oodles of entertaining book reviews – I think she reads a book a day! … Continue reading

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Theatre Professor Gives Bit Players Rave Review

Feeling pretty good right now, because Walter R. Stump, an author himself and Professor Emeritus in Theatre at the University of Southern Maine, posted a 5-star review of Bit Players, Bird Girls and Fake Break-Ups on Amazon! I’ll let his beautifully flowing … Continue reading

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A Script for Life

Ever wish you could script your own life, or at least turn tense and awkward moments into scripted scenes that you control? That’s what Sadie Perkins, narrator of the Bit Players book series, does whenever her stress level skids into … Continue reading

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Seussical Fans Unite: “Bit Players, Bird Girls and Fake Break-Ups” is Here!

As if a novel set in a high school theatre program isn’t reason enough to pick up a book, now the latest installment in the Bit Players series has a Seussical theme, so all you Seuss-lovers out there, take note! … Continue reading

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Theatre Snob

Sadie Perkins on thespian attitude: “Some kids at school called me a theatre snob because I insisted on spelling the word ‘theatre’ like my favorite teacher Mr. Ellison did, instead of ‘theater’, the common spelling. I didn’t agree with the … Continue reading

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Post-Show Letdown

Sadie Perkins on that desperate feeling when the final curtain falls:  “I always cry when a show ends. After weeks or months of rehearsing together  – boom! You’re suddenly cut off from your show life and friends, just like that. … Continue reading

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