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Critique my Play > comments please (3 replies - 4115 views)

BY ALL MEANS CARRY IT ON! I could not stop reading. This is terrific stuff. A mystery andit also conveys the hidden terrors of ...   Wed Aug 23rd, 2006 06:05 pm

Critique my Play > SHOES AND LIGHT (8 replies - 6246 views)

NEW ENDING! Thanks, Leon. (No need to re-read the play for it to work.) Thank you all for the critique. Edd, yes the musicality is essential. Glad ...   Wed Aug 23rd, 2006 01:11 pm

Critique my Play > SHOES AND LIGHT (8 replies - 6246 views)

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Critique my Play > SHOES AND LIGHT (8 replies - 6246 views)

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Poet's Corner : Critique my Poem > Night Flight (5 replies - 5573 views)

Kate, I liked the poem. I like the layout. The setting off "I need to feel mean." The solitary aloneness of that line and the ...   Sun Aug 20th, 2006 05:54 pm

Question & Answer > plays adapted to screenplays (4 replies - 4812 views)

Ta Da! Found the book for you." The Art of Adaptation" by Linda Seger. She has written several good books about screenwriting. in media res ...   Sat Aug 19th, 2006 03:58 pm

Question & Answer > plays adapted to screenplays (4 replies - 4812 views)

First, Johnny, my ears prick up when I read a phrase like "I turned over my play to someone." I hope you have a decent ...   Sat Aug 19th, 2006 03:32 pm

Question & Answer > most overrated play? (40 replies - 26780 views)

Claudia, Thank god there are people who still drink! Here is one of my favorite quotes about drinking by Clarence Darrow, of "Inherit the Wind" fame: ‚ÄúTake out ...   Tue Aug 15th, 2006 03:21 am

Question & Answer > most overrated play? (40 replies - 26780 views)

Claudia. A reason not to to go to the high school Hamlet: Tell them it reminds you too much of your own upbringing. It might start ...   Mon Aug 14th, 2006 02:19 pm

Question & Answer > most overrated play? (40 replies - 26780 views)

Claudia, It would be worth attending the high school Hamlet, just so you could write and share the experience with us. Personally, I'd rather saw off my ...   Mon Aug 14th, 2006 03:57 am

Question & Answer > most overrated play? (40 replies - 26780 views)

Edd, I've worked at Madison Rep. Nice place. Lovely area. I enjoyed it very much. Not as much of a city for me though. I need ...   Sun Aug 13th, 2006 03:13 pm

Take the Stage > Bush: War in Iraq worth high price to U.S. (6 replies - 5478 views)

Understood, Edd. It is actually a compliment! Our own perceptive thoughts in our own words are more than most adequate! Keeps it more of "our" forum. ...   Sun Aug 13th, 2006 02:57 pm

Question & Answer > most overrated play? (40 replies - 26780 views)

My immediate response is "Burn This." GREAT(!) character in "Pale" but not a good play. Would have loved to have seen the character in a ...   Sat Aug 12th, 2006 01:33 am

Question & Answer > Contracts (10 replies - 8446 views)

RE: Political Theatre and my post above about one-person shows: This from the NY Times today in their column "Arts Briefly." "Jesus:The Guantanamo Years" Compiled by ...   Thu Aug 10th, 2006 01:56 pm

Question & Answer > Contracts (10 replies - 8446 views)

And, by the way, Robert Newman's "History of Oil" which you mentioned in a post is terrific. So many friends I have referred to it ...   Thu Aug 10th, 2006 03:36 am

Question & Answer > Contracts (10 replies - 8446 views)

Edd, "Mephisto" = Masterpiece. You mean my posting under "Political Theatre" not under "Contracts" I am sure! I think I will add it to my Netflix right now ...   Thu Aug 10th, 2006 03:20 am

Question & Answer > Frankenstein (1 reply - 3009 views)

Victor Gialanella adapted the Broadway production in 1981, which I and everyone I know loved. Had David Dukes, Dianne Wiest, John Carradine, John Glover, Keith ...   Tue Aug 8th, 2006 05:30 pm

Question & Answer > Theatres that do Social/Political works? Anyone write political plays? See any? (18 replies - 14172 views)

Edd, I just interrupted doing my half hour of vocal exercises because I SUDDENLY, SHOCKINGLY realized those posts were on another question under "Contract!" not under ...   Tue Aug 8th, 2006 05:19 pm

Question & Answer > Theatres that do Social/Political works? Anyone write political plays? See any? (18 replies - 14172 views)

Edd, Here is my response to the wonderful comments to my original posting. Yes there are theatres that produce plays political like you mentioned. But not ...   Tue Aug 8th, 2006 04:06 pm

Question & Answer > Contracts (10 replies - 8446 views)

Edd, I thank you for the suggestion about a participating in a "Salon" but right now I prefer to do what I am doing, and if ...   Mon Aug 7th, 2006 03:48 pm

Question & Answer > Contracts (10 replies - 8446 views)

I agree entirely about the The Dramatists Guild, yes. Join. Or purchase the contracts. But if you join, they will also help you out if ...   Mon Aug 7th, 2006 03:06 am

Question & Answer > Theatres that do Social/Political works? Anyone write political plays? See any? (18 replies - 14172 views)

I noticed this past year that there is no longer a group listing in the yearly Dramatists Guild Index for theatres that do political plays...of ...   Thu Aug 3rd, 2006 05:58 pm

Question & Answer > Modern or Period. (21 replies - 13991 views)

There is a wonderfgul book that was published just a few years ago called "The Professor and the Madman" by Simon Winchester. I believe it ...   Thu Aug 3rd, 2006 04:40 pm


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