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Critique my Play > God's On Our Side (8 replies - 4442 views)

good points, all. And especially about the Goldie Hawn/Private Benjamin connection--which hadn't occurred to me, in my using an actual event as a springboard ...   Sun Aug 26th, 2007 01:50 am

Critique my Play > Neck Brace Man (5 replies - 3956 views)

Terrific suggestion, Leon. Will use it, and repost when I've had time to do a reworking. Much thanks! Alan ...   Sun Aug 26th, 2007 01:47 am

Critique my Play > Neck Brace Man (5 replies - 3956 views)

terrific reactions, much thanks! I was learning about the couple while writing, which is always a mistake--so almost all this exposition stuff needs to ...   Sun Aug 19th, 2007 09:30 am

Critique my Play > Neck Brace Man (5 replies - 3956 views)

this one kind of wrote itself, which may be its problem. It's based on a couple I saw at the airport, while waiting for ...   Sat Aug 18th, 2007 12:18 am

Critique my Play > The Knocknameen Belter (9 replies - 4920 views)

sorry--working on a strange system in Japan, and it doesn't give me a 'message in progress' indication, so I hit 'send' twice! ...   Fri Aug 17th, 2007 11:53 pm

Critique my Play > The Knocknameen Belter (9 replies - 4920 views)

Liked this a lot; good comic energy, and a bar is a great situational setting.Love the secrecy surrounding the Felter -- oh, sorry, Belter (and ...   Fri Aug 17th, 2007 11:53 pm

Critique my Play > God's On Our Side (8 replies - 4442 views)

well, as you say, they are soldiers, and it is wartime. And their language is much the same as I hear from students of ...   Fri Aug 17th, 2007 11:30 pm

Critique my Play > God's On Our Side (8 replies - 4442 views)

reactions? What works, what doesn't? : Chaplain Nevhutalu: an all-purpose chaplain; wears a Roman collar, a yarmulke, a Greek cross, and camouflage vestments over saffron robes. ...   Wed Aug 15th, 2007 01:49 am

The Playwrights' Gym - Feedback > response to darkest hour challenge (8 replies - 6323 views)

thanks!  great ideas, which I'll work with.  The names came from some specific influences--just been reading Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion, hence Private Richards.  And ...   Fri Jul 13th, 2007 03:14 am

The Playwrights' Gym - Feedback > response to darkest hour challenge (8 replies - 6323 views)

Thanks, Paddy.  Good comments, and very helpful!  Tell me more about your sense of repetitive dialogue! Alan     ...   Thu Jul 12th, 2007 04:12 am

Question & Answer > Greatest Classic Tragedy (9 replies - 11471 views)

Voted for Racine, in large part because of fond memories of the mesmerizing performance of it by Diana Rigg many years ago in London.   She ...   Wed Jun 13th, 2007 08:57 pm

Please, introduce yourself ... > Playwright in New York (10 replies - 7098 views)

Glad you're here.  Not as many folks who are -- shall we say 'naive'? -- as on a couple of the other theatre groups--     ...   Tue Jun 12th, 2007 02:24 pm

Question & Answer > Greatest Classic Tragedy (9 replies - 11471 views)

Well, I'd vote for Trojan Women by Euripides if it were an option. And as a minor corrective:  There's no play by Aeschylus titled The House ...   Sat Jun 2nd, 2007 04:43 am

Critique my Play > A Fictional Life -- A Memoir by Anonymous (3 replies - 3112 views)

An exciting piece of writing--you held my interest throughout.  I don't think it's a monolgue, however, but would be better served as a short story ...   Sat Jun 2nd, 2007 04:40 am

Please, introduce yourself ... > Newbie (4 replies - 3472 views)

Hi, Taylor.  And welcome!  Your play sounds really busy--but then, all plays do if one recounts the basic plot elements.  What's the arc of the ...   Thu May 31st, 2007 02:57 am

Announcements > THE "M" WORD - World Premiere (6 replies - 4257 views)

Congratulations!  Sounds like a fun piece.  Let us know how it goes-- ...   Thu May 31st, 2007 02:41 am

Opportunities for Playwrights > Short & Sweet entries close July 31st (59 replies - 34057 views)

Been following this with great interest, as the question of fees erupts from time to time.  In general, I personally oppose them, for all the ...   Wed Aug 2nd, 2006 04:26 am

Opportunities for Playwrights > Playwright in residence needed at Ohio State deadline 9/6 (0 replies - 2733 views)

THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE PLAYWRIGHT-IN-RESIDENCE   HOUSED AT THE JAMES THURBER HOUSE   2007 RESIDENCY DATES: JANUARY 3, 2007 – MARCH 15, 2007   APPLICATION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER ...   Fri Jul 7th, 2006 06:44 pm


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