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Play/Screenplay Blogs
  • The Author Formerly Known As The Actor by Kage Alan 6/25/2012 2:16:14 AM
    I always wanted to act and not just in adult movies. More like legitimate adult movies. But I did start out doing plays and I've got pictures with me today!... more

  • Educating Rita by Jerome Parisse 2/27/2011 4:29:22 PM
    Last night I saw “Educating Rita”, the play by Willy Russell at the McAulay Studio in Wanchai, Hong Kong. For those of you who don’t know the play, it premiered on the 10th of June 1980 at the Royal Shakespeare Company Warehouse in London with Julie ... more

  • It's Time To Play!! by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 11/28/2010 7:15:43 AM
    everyone loves to play :)... more

  • Moviepulp Talks About Drowned Sorrow The Movie by Vanessa Morgan 10/10/2010 4:27:38 AM
    Here’s an article from Moviepulp that talks about the upcoming projects of The Content Factory, including the movie adaptation of my novel DROWNED SORROW. Snippet: “Drowned Sorrow is a thriller based on the book by Belgian author Vanessa Mo... more

  • Screenplay Development Process-- by Sarah Gerdes 9/6/2010 3:13:22 PM
    First-hand experience with Warp Film for my latest project...http://washingtonauthor.blogspot.com/2010/08/screenplay-development-process.html... more

  • Playtime by Jerome Parisse 7/21/2010 10:22:52 PM
    What is Playtime? Playtime is an initiative of The Wall with Actors Anonymous, a collaboration of some of Australia’s finest theatrical talent has produced a brand new format for presenting theatre in Sydney. A selection of short plays that are ... more

  • Friendship -- Deadly or Not by M W McKenney 6/25/2010 5:59:42 PM
    It is hard for young folks to go against what their friends want them to do. How does Samari handle this? She just turned 17 and wants her parents to raise her curfew. They do raise her curfew, but not to a time that suits her. He... more

  • Bedroom Farce by Jerome Parisse 6/9/2010 6:12:15 PM
    A friend of mine took me to the Darlinghurst Theatre to see Bedroom Farce, of Sir Alan Ayckbourn, which was written in the mid 1970s and has enjoyed huge success over the years. It is the story of four couples, an elderly one, Ernest and Delia, and t... more

  • Writing for the deaf and the hearing by Jerome Parisse 6/7/2010 3:02:13 PM
    A friend of mine and I are taking on a new challenge: We've decided to write a play suitable for both deaf and hearing audiences, but without any interpreting, captioning or voice over of any kind! On stage today there is a variety of plays that are ... more

  • A prolific writer by Jerome Parisse 6/1/2010 11:13:36 PM
    I recently came back from a short trip to Hong Kong, during which I visited the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, a space dedicated to the cultural heritage of the former British Colony. The museum is located in Shatin, in the New Territories. What particul... more

  • Theatre Value Meal: Small, Medium, or Large? by Jerome Parisse 5/29/2010 3:28:26 PM
    Late last year I went to see “God of Carnage” at the Sydney Opera House Theatre. The play, by Yasmina Reza, the famous French playwright, which won the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, was indeed excellent – and very Reza. Small thinking bourgeois fig... more

  • Dearest by Jennifer Christian 2/24/2010 3:17:36 PM
    Feb. 2010 Submitted screenplay, "Dearest" to Austin Film Festival.... more

  • Few places to list plays/screenplays by A. Colin Wright 2/19/2010 8:24:12 AM
    I have a number of plays, but very few places to list them. You'll find extracts and details of the following on my website http://www.acolinwright.ca and (for the first three only as yet) on http://www.productionscripts.com. 1. "Lieutenant... more

  • Tatalia by Wendy Willett 6/28/2009 12:07:35 PM
    I have just finished editing a screenplay called Tatalia for Dream X-Treme Productions.... more

  • No Bread on the Table by Tommy L Thomas 4/15/2009 5:25:25 AM
    What is worse, "No Bread on the Table" or the loss of a family member to eat it when it it there?... more

  • editing a brand new manuscript by Mary L Edwards 3/2/2009 5:39:01 AM
    Rewritten and proofread: Beyond the Heart is the story of love that lives in the heart of an angry man.... more





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