Making a Playbill?

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With the help of the director, you should first make the cover page and list the cast in accordance to the list in the script. You should then put down the names of the technical crew followed by the director's notes on the back page of the playbill. Finally, you can put theatre sponsors on a page together with artwork for paid advertisements and give a copy of it to the producer and tech heads for approval.
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A paybill refers to a pamphlet that is provided to theatre patrons as they enter a show. You can create your own paybills using Microsoft word by opening a word document and opening the page setup. Click on multiple pages drop down arrow in the Pages selection and ensure you select Book Fold. Type the title, author and director of the play on the first page and then type in the acts of pay on the second page. On the third page list the cast and crew and lastly add any acknowledgments on the fourth page after which you may print the document as double sided and fold in half.
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