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Gandhi Guided Reading single script  Product 28 of 45 in category History  Nelson Mandela Play for Guided Reading or Readers Theater

John Lennon Play for Guided Reading or Readers Theater

 
 
John Lennon Play for Guided Reading or Readers Theater
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John Lennon  Play for Guided Reading or Readers Theater - Cast of 6

(For cast of 30 John Lennon Assembly, click on UK Assemblies and G.R.; then Class Plays; then John Lennon Assembly)

This play comes with comprehensive quiz at the end (30 questions and answers). No scene changes - this is an indepth discussion amongst the key 'players' in Lennon's life, raising many issues for further discussion among students.

This is one of a collection of 5 plays - Unit 20 Famous People of the 20th Century:

1. Martin Luther King 2. Nelson Mandela 3. Mahatma Gandhi 4. John Lennon 5. Prominent Women (Helen Keller, Anne Frank, Marie Curie, Mother Theresa, Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana)

All these 'plays' are in-depth discussions with accompanying comprehensive quizzes. Available for 11.99 (i.e. two for free) from UK or US Guided Reading sections of the website.

Speakers:

John Lennon

Yoko Ono

Sean Lennon (son)

Mimi (auntie)

Paul McCartney

President Nixon

 

John:

            So how do you think I'll be remembered?

Yoko:

            Loving husband.

Sean:

            Super Dad!

Mimi:

            Rebel!

Paul:

            Founder of the world famous Beatles!

Nixon:

            Peace activist - major thorn in my side!

John:

            And what about songwriter, singer, instrumentalist, artist and author?

Paul:

            Yeah, them too!

Mimi:

            You certainly put Liverpool on the map.

Sean:

            And Britain on the world music map!

Yoko:

Yeah, America had pretty much dominated the music scene until you guys came along.

Nixon:

            Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard

John:

            And not forgetting the king of rock'n'roll! Elvis Presley, himself!

Mimi:

Do you remember me saying to you "The guitar's all very well, John, but you'll never make a living out of it". You sure proved me wrong on that one!

John:

Yeah, but you got most other things in my childhood right. You and George took me in, treated me like your own. I had no complaints about you two as parents.

Sean:

But you still saw your mum all the time. What a tragedy when she was killed in that road accident!

John:

            Yeah. But I didn't forget her. Named my first son, Julian after her.

Yoko:

That was with your first wife, Cynthia. A shame you never saw as much of Julian as you did Sean. But then I suppose you had Sean at a more settled time in your life.

Sean:

Yeah. That was some sacrifice you made, giving up your music to stay at home and look after me.

Mimi:

Couldn't imagine you ever doing that in those early days, when you were starting out on your music career.

Paul:

Exciting times! One hit after another! We just couldn't believe our success!

Yoko:

They were great songs you wrote - She loves you, I want to hold your hand, We can work it out

John:

Huh! Pity Paul and I couldn't! After the tragic death of our manager Bernie Epstein, he just muscled in and tried to take over!

Paul:

Well, it wasn't exactly a smart move on your part when you claimed us Beatles to be more popular than Jesus! That didn't go down too well, now, did it?

Nixon:

            Causing uproar in the States. And not for the last time, unfortunately.

John:

            Hey, cool it, dude! I did apologise for that slip-up.

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