Norwalk, CT (PRWEB) November 23, 2012
MyTheaterApps.com announces a Cyber Weekend Sale to celebrate the official start of the 2012 holiday season. Save up to 20% during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Scene Partner is a powerful iPhone®, iPad® and iPod Touch® app that helps actors with the age old problem of how to memorize lines.
During the Cyber Weekend Sale all Publisher e-Scripts on the Scene Partner WebStore will be on sale for only $7.99 – a 20% discount off the regular price, including:
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Scene Partner's Publisher e-Scripts include the following features:
Theater companies can purchase multiple copies of Scene Partner e-Scripts for their cast members. Distributing e-Scripts to cast members is easy:
J. Kevin Smith, Owner of MyTheaterApps.com stated, “We’re excited to offer these holiday savings to actors everywhere who face the daily challenge of how to learn lines. Customers can stock up on a great selection of titles from Dramatists Play Service – all for 20% off.”
*Due to copyright restrictions, some Edit features are not available for use with Publisher e-Scripts
MyTheaterApps.com is the developer of Scene Partner, an award-winning App for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch that helps actors learn their lines by using either their own scripts from their Private Library, scripts from the Scene Partner Public Library or new e-Scripts from the Scene Partner WebStore – a growing collection of authorized Acting Editions designed specifically for use with Scene Partner.
It merges text-to-speech software from the Acapela Group, voice recording and advanced algorithms to provide a unique and innovative tool for actors. At its launch Apple listed Scene Partner as "New and Noteworthy" on the home page of the App Store.
Scene Partner has been featured in Variety, BACKSTAGE, Wall Street Journal Online, Stage Directions, Stage Magazine, SETC News and DRAMATICS Magazine:
"Scene Partner is incredibly intuitive and easy to use."
"…directors will love the program’s library features."