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This article discusses the creation of various prototypes of Watching the Script, a reading tool designed to enhance users' interactions with theatrical texts by providing three key tools: a panel with an overview of the entire document; a reading view that shows the text in readable scale; and a stage view that shows text as speeches and associates them with coloured dots representing characters. The latter feature liberates speeches from their typographical sequence and associates them withdoi:10.22230/src.2012v3n3a96 fatcat:pvps3traw5albkb3dsfoj7wy5u