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ISBN:
1416933913
Author:
Paul Ruditis
Category:
Arts Music & Photography
Language:
English
Publisher:
Simon Pulse (February 6, 2007)
Pages:
236 pages
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1377 kb
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1740 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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371


The Four Dorothy's by Paul Ruditis. This book starts off with a boy named Bryan Stark

The Four Dorothy's by Paul Ruditis. This book starts off with a boy named Bryan Stark. The books follows a character named Bryan Stark who is a 'drama geek' and attends Orion Academy in LA. The Four Dorothys is about when the school puts it on production of The Wizard of Oz. Heather Mayflower clearly wants the leading role all to herself, but acting in her sister, Holly's, shadow is no easy task.

Paul Ruditis' THE FOUR DOROTHYS is a great read for anyone who loves drama. DRAMA! The Four Dorothy's. com User, April 17, 2007

Paul Ruditis' THE FOUR DOROTHYS is a great read for anyone who loves drama. I found the narrator, Bryan (not "Brian) Stark to be a fresh character with a great voice. com User, April 17, 2007. The Four Dorothy's by Paul Ruditis is a book about a high school's production of the Wizard of Oz. This book is set in Orion Academy. The narrator of the book is a student at this school and his name is Bryan Stark and he plays one of the Scarecrows in the school's musical. He has a best friend named Sam who also goes to this school. Sam is a very talented girl and plays one of the Dorothy's.

Every performance needs a little scandal and. DRAMA! Spawned from Hollywood's A-list glitterati, nearly every student at the exclusive Orion Academy is a singer, dancer, model, or actor - with the ego to match. It's a Wizard of Oz like no other: four Dorothys, two Scarecrows, two Glindas, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. Every "star" gets a moment in the spotlight. Meanwhile, Bryan Stark, narrator extraordinaire, needs to shed some light on a more scandalous plot

Paul Ruditis has written more than thirty books based on some of the most popular shows on television, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Trek, The West Wing, and Alias. He is also the author of an original fiction series for teens, DRAMA!, and the novel, Love, Hollywood Style.

Paul Ruditis has written more than thirty books based on some of the most popular shows on television, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Trek, The West Wing, and Alias. He lives in Los Angeles. The Four Dorothys 1. sayı/Drama! Series Drama!, Paul Ruditis.

Part of Drama! By Paul Ruditis. Every performance needs a little scandal and. Meanwhile, Bryan Stark, narrator extraordinaire, needs to shed some light on a more scandalous plot.

Ruditis was born and raised in Philadelphia The Four Dorothys is the first in the DRAMA! series.

Ruditis was born and raised in Philadelphia. He attended West Chester University where he majored in Theatre Arts with a directing emphasis. After graduation, he moved to Los Angeles where he began working at Paramount Pictures where he worked as a tour guide and usher Biography. The Four Dorothys is the first in the DRAMA! series.

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DRAMA! Spawned from Hollywood's A-list glitterati, nearly every student at the exclusive Orion Academy is a singer . Dorothys are mysteriously dropping out of the show, one after the other.

DRAMA! Spawned from Hollywood's A-list glitterati, nearly every student at the exclusive Orion Academy is a singer, dancer, model, or actor - with the ego to match. ru 788. Похожие книги: The Four Pillars of High Performance.

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Every performance needs a little scandal and . . . DRAMA! Spawned from Hollywood's A-list glitterati, nearly every student at the exclusive Orion Academy is a singer, dancer, model, or actor -- with the ego to match. So how do you fit so many budding stars into one school musical? Multi-cast, of course. It's a Wizard of Oz like no other: four Dorothys, two Scarecrows, two Glindas, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. Every "star" gets a moment in the spotlight. Meanwhile, Bryan Stark, narrator extraordinaire, needs to shed some light on a more scandalous plot. Dorothys are mysteriously dropping out of the show, one after the other. If Bryan doesn't figure out why, there may be no one left to click her heels by opening night. . . .
  • White gold
Bryan Stark attends Orion Academy where all the students are talent-filled and ego-ridden. When the school puts on only one theatrical performance per year and is jam-packed with skilled kids (or at least, powerful parents), how do you make sure every kid shines? Naturally, you have multiple kids play each part. Orion is putting on the Wizard of Oz, with two Glinda's, two Scarecrows, and most importantly, four Dorothys. But when the girls playing Dorothy start being sabotaged, Bryan has to figure out who is sabotaging the Dorothys before his friend Sam becomes the next victim.

When i first saw this book, all I could think was, Glee? My friend and I joked about how it must be the same story until I became curious enough to actually find out. Glee turned out to be superior. There is more heart behind the stories of Glee than there are here. These are sort of fun, mindless stories that are good to kill a bit of time.

Bryan is a closeted gay teen, but the story is hardly about this. In fact, he is mostly a bystander in this entire book, which is a little irritating. His gay storyline could be interesting but since it is a non-player in the book it ultimately doesn't do much. (I'm fine with there being no drama surrounding the fact that he is gay, but he has kept this fact a secret which means there is, at least in his mind, some issues with it which go unaddressed.)

My biggest complaint is that there was no real twist. It became clear who the culprit was very early on and we were never surprised to find that the person we (and Bryan) expected was innocent. Sure, the lesson you can take from that is that some people are exactly as evil as they seem, but it doesn't make for a great story.

Ultimately, it isn't a book that I would recommend but I've read worse.
  • Minha
The Four Dorothy's by Paul Ruditis is a book about a high school's production of the Wizard of Oz. This book is set in Orion Academy. The narrator of the book is a student at this school and his name is Bryan Stark and he plays one of the Scarecrows in the school's musical. He has a best friend named Sam who also goes to this school. Sam is a very talented girl and plays one of the Dorothy's. Sam and Bryan both have a friend named Hope who plays one of the Glinda's. This book is slow starting but gets more interesting as you read on. The Dorothy's start mysteriously dropping out of the play and Bryan decides to investigate. He knows someone is up to no good and he's going to find out who it is. Will there be any Dorothy's left by opening night. Read the book and find out.

My favorite scene in the book is when Sam is about to have to drop out of the play. I like this scene because there's a lot of action and fighting between two of the Dorothy's. Bryan and Sam believe that she is being framed and they think they know who's behind it all.

I thought this book was pretty good. Like I said it started slow but got better later on. I would recommend this book to friends because I know most of them would like it and it's about things that we do too. I thought that it was just the right reading level for me. It wasn't too hard and it wasn't too easy for me to read. I think that if I were to look back and try and remember this book that I would remember how the narrator acted and his personality. If you like realistic fiction and books about school life and things that you do a lot, then this the book for you.
  • Vikus
Imagine a private school where beauty is a must. Imagine that the school musical is the coolest after-school activity. Imagine when everything goes wrong.

Bryan Stark narrates the lives of himself and those around him as the school production of The Wizard of Oz draws nearer. This Wizard of Oz is one unlike many have seen. The play follows the traditional storyline of Dorothy and her dog, Toto, going over the rainbow to a magical world. The only twist is that there are too many characters. Four Dorothys? Two Scarecrows? Two Wicked Witches? Bryan already knows the play will be a disaster, but nonetheless, he will do his part as Scarecrow #2. When things begin to go wrong Bryan must do some detective work to find the real culprit behind all of the attacks on the play's participants.

Follow Bryan and the unforgettable cast as questions are answered (is that one of the four Dorothys posing naked on the school website?), frowned-upon relationships are formed (a junior dating an underclassman?), and near death experiences are questioned (was that an accident?). Watch as the drama unfolds and find out if the biggest question of all is answered: Will there be an opening night?

Paul Ruditis' novel is a story you won't soon forget. From the very first sentence you know that the book will be funny and will make you smile all the way through.

Reviewed by: Jeremey