What is another word for playscript?

Pronunciation: [plˈe͡ɪskɹɪpt] (IPA)

A playscript is a written form of a play or theatrical production. It is an essential tool for actors, directors, and playwrights as it outlines the dialogue, action, and descriptions of a play. Synonyms for playscript include screenplay, script, transcript, dialogues, libretto, scenario, manuscript, and book. A screenplay is a playscript specifically written for television or film. A script is a general term for any form of written or recorded performance. A transcript is a written record of a spoken event. A libretto is a playscript written for opera or musical theater. A scenario is a detailed outline of a play. A manuscript is a handwritten or typed copy of a playscript, and a book is a published version of a playscript.

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