The Lions, the Switch and the Warm Robes Director’s Resource Kit


The Director’s Resource Kit contains a wealth of production helps for the director, including:

  • Staging ideas
  • Costume ideas
  • Prop ideas
  • Set and costume drawings
  • Sample audition materials
  • Resources including flash cards for teaching music basics
  • Graphics files (jpegs) to be used for advertising and promotion
  • Running script (not a script for actors, but a technical script for sound, lighting, stage personnel to write in notes and cues)
  • Choreography demonstration video as .MP4 file to help teach choreography to the kids
  • Printed choreography script
  • Complete copy of the Director/Accompanist Edition (a $24.99 standalone value). Provides complete piano accompaniment score with vocal line and piano part, with chord symbols, and also includes script (script is NOT for duplication for your actors, but for directors and leaders only).

All of these materials are on a single CD-ROM in the form of PDF files, JPG files, and MP4 files (the Director’s Resource Kit used to be 2 discs, a DVD-Video and a CD-ROM, but now the video that used to be on the DVD is an .MP4 on the single CD-ROM). All of these same materials come in a compressed (zipped) folder in the Digital Download format of the Kit.

NOTE: The Director’s Resource Kit DOES NOT contain:

  • Any scripts or song lyrics or scores to be used by your singers. You must purchase other items to fill that need (Choral Books, Reproducible Script, Lyrics & Lead Sheets).
  • Any accompaniment tracks or demo recordings to be used by your kids. Those are available in other products.
  • A video of a group performing the musical.
  • Video to be used during your performance, with on-screen lyrics, etc.

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