First, readings are not in a “choir-like fashion.” Plays are usually read with each participant taking a role, with role changes for every act. Stories, novels and poems are informally divided among readers by page or paragraph.
In French language readings, participants have a good, often excellent, knowledge of French. For someone with no understanding of French, words in that language would be without meaning and of little sustained interest.
I hope that these clarifications will enable your readers to better understand the Sit-Down Readers’ Theater and encourage them to participate.
– John Peters, Polk Gulch, S.F.
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