We’ve got some great bonus material to share with you today from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. The clips below are from the Table Read bonus feature showing the cast all together reading through and performing the script for the first time.
Beauty and the Beast | Table Read
Beauty and the Beast | Be Our Guest Table Read
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