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The All-Inclusive Production Kit
Every Beat by Beat musical comes with a digital Production Kit that provides everything you need to produce the show at one simple, affordable price.
The resources above are conveniently provided through an online dashboard as downloads that you can access throughout your production.
We believe in clear, upfront pricing.
We know the importance of being able to confidently budget before choosing a show to produce. You’ll find the cost of our Production Kits to be about half the price of large publishers. Please we never charge extra for the things you need (logos, video license, etc.)
School PricingAccredited elementary and middle-schools.
Digital Production Kit
Unlimited performing rights for a 1-year period
Standard PricingAll other organizations.
Digital Production Kit
$100/per performance royalty
Actor Book: The script the actors use. Clear, simple and professionally formatted to help give your actors a true theatre experience. The vocal sheet music is seamlessly integrated into the script to make your rehearsals run without a hitch. (PDF Download)
Director Book: A comprehensive guide to casting, sets, props and costumes. Plus the entire script with embedded notes on directing, choreography and music cues throughout. On the bottom of each page is a blank stage template for you to keep track of your blocking. (PDF Download)
Piano-Vocal Score: Professionally arranged Piano-Vocal Sheet music of the entire show in an easy to read format with script cues. Perfectly matches the Accompaniment Recordings. (PDF Download)
Vocal Tracks: The vocal recordings let your actors enjoy learning, practicing and perfecting the show’s songs with professional New York City performers as their guide. This allows your actors to arrive at rehearsals fully prepared. (MP3 Download)
Accompaniment Tracks: Also known as backing or karaoke tracks. All the instrumental music that actors can perform along with during the show. Professionally orchestrated to sound just like a Broadway orchestra. Includes sounds effects and scene change music. Music Cues in the Director Book tell you when to press “play”. (MP3 Download)
Logo Pack: Attract audiences and sponsors with professional logos on posters, programs, handbills, and advertising. Show logos are provided in multiple digital formats. You’re allowed to use them in any way you wish, including on cast t-shirts! (JPEG and PNG Download)
Copy License: No more wondering, “Did I order enough scripts for everyone?” The Copy License gives you the flexibility to copy and print as many scripts as you need for your entire cast and crew throughout the duration of your production. (PDF Download)
Video Recording License: The video recording license takes the “worry” out of turning your stage production into sharable videos. You can legally video record your production, upload it to YouTube, stream your production, or share it with your cast – so long as it’s being used for non-commercial purposes. (PDF Download)
Jen A. – MAUSD Expanded Learning Program (Bristol, VT) –
The summer camp program that I work with decided last year that they wanted to do a STEAM collaborative musical and challenged me to find a show about Robots/robotics with the intent of collaborating with our robotics ed team. What were the odds that someone had indeed written that musical and that it was AWESOME!!? Having already directed BBB musicals multiple times, I knew to check with you first and you did not disappoint. I made the plan to do this BOTS! thing, started putting the background producing plugs in place and didn’t really look at it or think about it again until about a month before the camp started.
When COVID hit, I assumed that our musical was doomed, but the camp director insisted that we would carry on. She wanted us to create the show as a film. There would be four ‘pods’ of performers, each with their own directors, that would never be together in person. Students would be recorded individually singing their parts and we would meld it all together. We were in our pods for six weeks solid 7:30am-5:30pm, all working on every aspect of the show without ever seeing the other pods in person.
Many, many times over the course of those weeks I marveled at the fact that we had found a show that was about the topic we needed AND was already divided into teams that did not need to see each other. The Robo Warriors were 6th graders who were all together, Bulldogs were 4-5th grades, and Circuit Breakers were 3rd graders (which was hilarious). The fourth pod was our techie crew who also made guest star appearances as the Giga Bits. Over the course of the camp, the teams would send sassy videos back and forth, and challenged each other to real robotics competitions. Up to the very last minute, you could hear the BOTS! music playing throughout the building. We all had it stuck in our heads!
We were able to have a choreographer Zoom in to all of the classrooms at the same time and teach the choreo which we were able to record and use over and over. It was the best ever!!! We could mute our classes so she didn’t have to hear all the talking. Yay!!
In the end our film was showcased as a huge drive-in movie event. Families could sit in their cars or distanced on the grass which made a space bigger than the theater. It was amazing to hear the rippling applause and laughter across the parking lot. Our community needed this and Beat by Beat provided the perfect way to bring us together. We learned a lot about theater, movie making, robotics, and hygiene this summer.
Thank you for creating shows that kids relate to, that is accessible and fun vocally, for always making sure that there are plenty of roles all with names, that the music is varied, and for your masterful ability to make things both funny and touching. I can’t wait to direct my next BBB show- hopefully in person with everyone in the room together.