Frequently Asked Questions
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- How many scripts do I need to buy?
- If you are simply looking for something good to read, or you are wondering if one of our scripts is suitable for your school or organization to perform, you only need to buy one (1). if you are purchasing for a production, you need to buy one script for each actor. You should also buy a script for technicians, set designers, props people, and anyone else who needs to follow the action and act accordingly.
- Can I make a photocopy just for . . . ?
- Nope! Playwrights have written the plays to be sold, and the copyright laws were written to protect those rights to their play. You would not buy a novel and photocopy it for someone (we hope.) Please, if you need another copy for someone, purchase a copy for them.
- What is your refund and return policy?
- All playbook and scripts are nonreturnable without exception, nor do we send perusal copies "on approval." Please buy and study a perusal copy before placing a full order if you are unfamiliar with the play. (The small initial cost will allow you to make your final purchase with full confidence.)
- All props may be returned within 15 days for a full refund. All props must be in Unused Condition. Any product that is returned and shows signs of use will receive no refund of any kind. If you have any questions about your specific order, contact us and we will be happy to let you know if you qualify for a refund.
- What is the format of your scripts?
- The Director's Script is spiral bound, 8 /12 x 11, printed on one side of each page only. This gives the director room for notes and diagrams. They also include a full cast list, suggested role groupings (if you are just a little short-handed with your cast size), a full prop list, stage directions, and the full script.
- The Actor's Script is 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 and includes a cast list with character descriptions and the full script. One script must be purchased for each actor.
- What are your Royalty policies?
- A performance or Royalty must be paid each and every time a play if performed, whether for profit or not, whether admission is charged or not. Performance fees/Royalties must be paid no later than 10 days prior to your first performance to allow for authorization of the production. Professional Productions should contact us for additional information.
- Non-Professional Productions can Easy-Pay their royalty! Just select how many nights you will be performing subsequently, let us know the date of your first performance and check out!