The best actor's app for helping actors memorize lines

The Actor's Lines

Learning lines or memorizing lines is a lot quicker with this line runner app designed by actors. Your friends and family will be happy you can memorize lines quickly on your own. Once you’re off book with fully memorized and learned lines, you can then speed up the pace to really test how fast you can rehearse (run those Italians). We help memorize lines for rehearsals, auditions, film scripts, plays, classes, workshops, all your acting needs or even business pitches.


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What people have said about The Actor’s Lines memorization app:

Alex Zahara - Actor“The first audition I had using your line memorization app, I booked… AND the second”

 – Alex Zahara,  IMDB

“This is the best line memorizing app I have used and I have tried them all”
“So easy to start learning lines, right off the top”
“Memorizing my lines with this app changed my audition game”

What can be done with this line learning app:

  • Import pdf scripts from my email, Gdrive, Dropbox and smartphone
  • I can record anything from one-line auditions to full-length scripts
  • I can record my script while I read it from a pdf
  • I can listen to only my lines one right after another, everyone’s lines or mute my lines and get only cues
  • I can speed up the voice recordings
  • I can export a script to send to a scene partner or acting coach
  • I can loop one scene or play all scenes through and loop to the beginning
  • I can add characters and cast names and avatars
  • I can learn the basics with tutorial videos and detailed FAQ
  • I can record unlimited scripts 
  • I can re-arrange lines within the scripts
  • I can order scripts into folders and make new folders

The Actor's Lines Tutorials

If you have any questions after watching the videos, please check the FAQ below

If you are having trouble seeing the videos, please either follow the steps below the videos or open this Youtube link – “>TUTORIAL ON YOUTUBE

The Actor's Lines FAQ

Please contact us with any questions not answered here

Can I get a basic walkthrough?

1. Click on the SCRIPTS FOLDER
2. Pick a folder and tap it (maybe the AUDITION one to start)
3. Put in the name of your script and click CREATE
4. On the Record screen, click ME and read your line
5. Click THEM and read the other character’s line
6. Click ME and read your next line
7. Go back and forth a couple of times and click the STOP button
8. Click the PLAY icon in the top right corner
9. Click the large PLAY button at the bottom and listen to the lines
10. When you have the lines memorized, click the COG then click PRACTICE to mute your lines and only hear the cues

GREAT WORK! Now you can check out a lot of the other helpful features.

How do I import a PDF script?

1. Go onto the Record screen and click the PDF icon on the bottom bar
2. Click YES to uploading a PDF
3. Click on the Tap to Load message
4. Choose from Dropbox or Google (if you are importing from an email, see the next section)
5. Find the file you are looking for
6. Click to Export it
7. Click to Open in Apps on bottom row
8. Find “Copy to Actor’s Lines” and click the icon
9. Choose script to add it to

Nice job! You can now read your PDF from your script while recording.

Can I import PDFs directly from Email? Seems quicker.

It is! You may want to first start by creating your script, then…
1. Open the PDF in your email
2. Click to Export
3. Find the Actor’s Lines icon on the first level (if you don’t see it, click more at the right end of the line and add it)
4. Click the icon
5. Add it to the script you want

What other cool features do you have?

– Once you think your lines are memorized well, try speeding up the pace
– Rename, export or delete a script by swiping from right to left on the Scripts page
– Delete or rename folders by doing the same
– Rerecord or delete lines on the Record page
– Mute or skip individual lines on the Play page

– Loop one scene or the whole script
– Export scripts to your scene partner
– Add more time between lines
– Add stage directions or new scenes
– Re-order your lines by dragging
– Add, rename or create avatars for yourself and other characters