- 16 September 2015
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There’s a new app in town and actors will benefit. Now available on iTunes, tableread is an invaluable tool for rehearsing a film with an entire “cast,” allowing screenwriters to hear their scripts read, and helping actors rehearse whole scenes on a loop or run a whole production before a real-life table read or a shooting day. Australian animator-turned-scriptwriter Dan Conway
invented tableread after penning his own films and feeling unable to fully realize his vision during their creation. “During the writing process when you’re writing a feature film, you go over it in your head so many times and you can only imagine so much,” he told Backstage. “Sometimes you just have to take a step back and listen to your film, and not everybody has access to a cast of actors that actually sit there and help you out with the table read, so I started
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