Cut The Lights

Cut The Lights

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Briar has a vision for the one-act play she's been chosen to direct at her performing arts high school. She's going to create a masterpiece. If only everyone involved in the production shared her vision. Her leading lady is gifted but troubled, her leading man has a crush on the leading lady, her stage manager doesn't have a clue, and her best friend, who wrote the play, is worried that Briar's production is cursed. As Briar struggles to motivate her cast and crew, she learns some important truths about the fine art of directing--and about herself.
ISBN: 9781459804135
Branch Call Number: KRO


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Jun 30, 2015

So so kind of story , have read better , but good for a quick read .

Mar 26, 2015

Teen Picks: Cut the Lights by Karen Krossing

The perfect play. At least that's what 16-year old aspiring director Briar envisioned as she set out to produce Wish Upon a Star at her performing arts high school. But with the absence of her stage director, the attitudes of her actors ranging from abject boredom to narcissism, and hostility from her fellow directors, the reality of situation could hardly be farther from Briar's expectation. Can Briar pull things together and accomplish her dream? Or is the play doomed to fail?
Read this if you like: Books about theatre, drama, and directing.
Ziqi, 16

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