Scene Partner

Scene Partner

Get off book fast with the app that helps you learn lines.

Scene Partner is a powerful iPhone®, iPad® and iPod Touch® app that helps actors with the age-old problem of memorizing lines.  For the first time, you can now safely distribute authorized and licensed digital librettos to your cast. 


  • Choose from the cast list; it focuses the script around your lines.
  • Create your own French Scenes, or break them down into beats to focus your work.
  • In “Listen mode,” you can turn the text of your musical into speech to listen to your cues, lines or full scenes.
  • Multiple playback and recording options.  Listen to “Just Me,” “Just My Cues,” “Me and My Cues” or “Full Scenes” to learn your lines your way.
  • Record your voice and the voices of your fellow actors, or use the computer-generated "Text To Speech" voices included in the app.
  • Highlight your lines within full scenes.
  • Hide your lines using the black highlight color to test yourself.  Toggle it on and off to hide and reveal your lines.
  • “Read mode” is available as an InApp Purchase in Scene Partner for only $1.99.
  • In “Read mode,” mark up the full script with the push of a button.

How it Works

  • Go to the iTunes store to download the free Scene Partner app.
  • Start by setting up a password-protected Theater Account at
  • Your Theater Account is FREE and gives you a secure online library for all of your digital scripts.
  • Once you book an MTI Title that has Scene Partner available, you'll be sent an individual code that will allow you to rent the digital script during your license period.
  • Choose a secure “Library Key” password for your production – you can even change it for every show, for added security.
  • Then, using your secure Library Key, your actors can access your approved scripts via Scene Partner on their iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
  • We are continuously adding more titles to Scene Partner, so be sure to check frequently to see what titles we have added.

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