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Reviews and Critiques > BLINDNESS (0 replies - 1951 views)

Blindness tells the story of an contagious epidemic of blindness and how it ravages an unnamed city in an unnamed country. The "White Sickness", as it ...   Sat Feb 27th, 2010 05:41 pm

Critique my Play > A Very Small Expanse (4 replies - 3372 views)

"That's not irony, its a cloud." Ahahahaha! I thoroughly enjoyed that. My only issue (and its a small one) is with the following line: "It's a bit frightening ...   Fri Feb 26th, 2010 03:36 pm

Critique my Play > More sillyness. (4 replies - 3002 views)

Ha ha! Pretty funny. The only little thing I would change is John's line when he re-enters. In my opinion, he shouldn't have to say "Silly ...   Sat Feb 20th, 2010 11:27 pm

Work-in-Progress > Funhouse (3 replies - 4244 views)

What an interesting little piece! I think the \concept is truly interesting, though I'm more inclined to works based more in realism. Firstly, I think ...   Thu Feb 18th, 2010 03:32 pm

Critique my Play > motion of the carousel (2 replies - 2449 views)

Wow. I enjoyed this opening to what seems like a promising play. You've really hooked me onto your characters, even with such a short selection ...   Thu Feb 18th, 2010 02:07 am

Opportunities for Playwrights > Theatre launches web site for plays (3 replies - 4579 views)

I have recently stumbled upon this site myself and I find it to be an interesting concept and I, too, would like to know more, especially from those ...   Wed Feb 17th, 2010 01:46 am

Take the Stage > AMAZING! THE VATICAN. A MUST SEE! (1 reply - 2783 views)

Wow. Its amazing what technology can do these days! ...   Sat Jan 30th, 2010 11:42 pm

Work-in-Progress > 21 TODAY (7 replies - 6005 views)

Loved it! Enjoyed the twist towards the end too. ...   Sat Jan 30th, 2010 11:39 pm

Poet's Corner : Critique my Poem > The Snakes Will Eat Their Own Tales (4 replies - 2624 views)

What a great little poem! It almost sounds like a political nursery rhyme. ...   Sat Jan 16th, 2010 05:55 pm

Critique my Play > Bus People (6 replies - 4024 views)

Ha ha ha! I enjoyed this little skit very much. You brightened up my day, Clausy. Thanks.   ~RTurco ...   Sun Dec 20th, 2009 05:57 pm

Question & Answer > Music in a Drama (3 replies - 2930 views)

I'll probably leave it in for now. But when it comes time for collaboration, I'll consult with the various directors to get their opinions. Thanks ...   Tue Dec 15th, 2009 08:25 pm

Question & Answer > Music in a Drama (3 replies - 2930 views)

Hey guys, it's been while since I've been on here. Anyway, I've got an important question on hand. So I recently finished my first full-length. I ...   Mon Dec 14th, 2009 12:58 am

The Playwrights' Gym - Feedback > Quite A Dark Play (14 replies - 10812 views)

I really enjoyed this little play/scene! Especially the last six lines.  It's totally absurd, like something out of Monty Python's Flying Circus. Viva la absurd! ...   Thu Aug 20th, 2009 10:23 pm

Critique my Play > Let's Try This Again-- "The Red Crow" (2 replies - 2629 views)

Hey Clausey, Glad you took the time to read my play! Not many seem to have taken an interest. I will send you the word document ...   Wed Aug 19th, 2009 01:16 am

Please, introduce yourself ... > Hello There! (3 replies - 2954 views)

Welcome Clausey, I, too, am a young aspiring playwight. Personally speaking, I tend to work more on the realist side rather than the absurd, but, then ...   Fri Jun 12th, 2009 12:56 am

Question & Answer > A Question of Stageability and Set Structure (17 replies - 9401 views)

...forget about the set and concentrate on the dialogue. Even better. That just lifted a whole lot of apprehension coming from the fear of "unstageability". Dialogue ...   Wed May 20th, 2009 10:36 pm

Question & Answer > A Question of Stageability and Set Structure (17 replies - 9401 views)

The most logical thing to do with this play would be to present the illusion of other small sets within the larger, main, set. It ...   Wed May 20th, 2009 10:04 pm

Question & Answer > A Question of Stageability and Set Structure (17 replies - 9401 views)

Thanks guys, that helped a lot. I was worried that not addressing this would affect my chances of getting a production. ...   Wed May 20th, 2009 09:02 pm

Question & Answer > A Question of Stageability and Set Structure (17 replies - 9401 views)

Hey everyone, In my play, "The Red Crow", characters have, at times, a need to move from one setting to another rather quickly. I don't think that ...   Mon May 18th, 2009 10:17 pm

Poet's Corner : Critique my Poem > All The Good People Are Dead (2 replies - 2400 views)

A great poem! I'd also add "All the Non-conformists are Dead"... But thats too wordy. Regards, RTurco ...   Sat May 16th, 2009 10:33 pm

Critique my Play > Let's Try This Again-- "The Red Crow" (2 replies - 2629 views)

Hey All, I posted this entire play a number of months ago under a different title, but I've made a great deal of revisions since. Now, ...   Mon May 11th, 2009 11:04 pm

Take the Stage > West Side Story story from NBC News (1 reply - 2111 views)

Ah, looks exciting! My chorus class is planning to see it at an afternoon showing on June 2nd. I think I'll buy a ticket! I saw the clips -- ...   Fri May 8th, 2009 09:49 pm

Question & Answer > Are Challenging Dramas Still Popular? (17 replies - 8966 views)

Harvey Rabbit, You have explained my views quite accurately. I do not think that I am intentionally trying to hurt people, but it is just the ...   Fri Apr 24th, 2009 12:49 am

Question & Answer > Are Challenging Dramas Still Popular? (17 replies - 8966 views)

Paddy Your fleeting two cents are of the utmost appreciation (that goes for everyone else too). I will not restrain myself from artistically displaying my opinion. Just ...   Thu Apr 23rd, 2009 10:40 pm

Question & Answer > Are Challenging Dramas Still Popular? (17 replies - 8966 views)

I Bring to You All Both a Pressing and Intriguing Matter: In times of such world strife, are depressing dramas still marketable and popular? People often come to me ...   Thu Apr 23rd, 2009 12:07 am

Reviews and Critiques > "Watchmen" - Not Your Ordinary Super-heroes! (7 replies - 4999 views)

Ah. I'm not sure why I thought that Veidt was gloating. I might have been thinking of another scene. Nonetheless, I think the somber comic's ending attends ...   Wed Apr 22nd, 2009 12:53 am

Critique my Play > Learning to Fly (8 replies - 4273 views)

I liked the play. The characters seemed to listen to each other quite well; the dialogue structure seems well thought-out on your part. What's more, ...   Wed Apr 22nd, 2009 12:39 am

Reviews and Critiques > "Watchmen" - Not Your Ordinary Super-heroes! (7 replies - 4999 views)

FILM SPOILERS IN THIS POST   The Endings of Watchmen -- Film and Novel   THE GRAPHIC NOVEL-- The ending, in my opinion, is one of the best parts. ...   Tue Apr 21st, 2009 09:03 pm

Reviews and Critiques > "Watchmen" - Not Your Ordinary Super-heroes! (7 replies - 4999 views)

A number of weeks ago, I decided to see the film titled "Watchmen". It had peaked my interest from the start of its marketing to ...   Mon Apr 20th, 2009 11:30 pm

Take the Stage > Brain Test (14 replies - 6988 views)

It's pretty true! Except for the selected career choices: I'm not a fan of Science or Math.   ...   Sat Apr 18th, 2009 11:44 pm

Take the Stage > Brain Test (14 replies - 6988 views)

Here is mine!   Auditory : 33% Visual : 66% Left : 60% Right : 40% Summary: Raymond, you are somewhat left-hemisphere dominant and show a preference for visual learning, although not ...   Sat Apr 18th, 2009 11:41 pm

Reviews and Critiques > Chazz Palmenteri's one-man show, "A BRONX TALE" (1 reply - 3767 views)

Ah "A Bronx Tale", A great play. When I went to see it in New York, a few years ago, I'd never seen a one-man show. ...   Sat Apr 18th, 2009 11:14 pm

Question & Answer > A Revisionary Question -- Stage Directions (4 replies - 6364 views)

Thanks Edd, Its good thing that I didn't make any new changes in this respect. In fact, I was wary to agree with him when ...   Mon Apr 13th, 2009 06:16 pm

Question & Answer > A Revisionary Question -- Stage Directions (4 replies - 6364 views)

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Forum, While reading my play, a friend pointed a missing or sparse element in the use of my stage directions. He ...   Mon Apr 13th, 2009 04:37 pm

Question & Answer > Hey, I've Found Something! (2 replies - 2745 views)

Edd, No matter, now I have another possible place to send my play. I'll take a look at Samuel French too. Thanks anyway, RTurco ...   Wed Feb 18th, 2009 05:27 pm

Question & Answer > Hey, I've Found Something! (2 replies - 2745 views)

Hey all, While searching the web for theaters/competitions to send my play to, I came upon one that fit my criteria. 2010 YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS INC. NATIONAL PLAYWRITING COMPETITION For ...   Sun Feb 1st, 2009 04:51 pm

Critique my Play > Did my play... (4 replies - 3383 views)

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Critique my Play > "Living Under a Red Star" Act II - Part IV (0 replies - 1548 views)

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Critique my Play > "Living Under a Red Star" Act II - Part III (0 replies - 1581 views)

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Critique my Play > "Living Under a Red Star" Act II - Part II (0 replies - 1530 views)

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Critique my Play > "Living Under a Red Star" Act II- Part I (0 replies - 1522 views)

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Poet's Corner : Critique my Poem > War (1 reply - 1514 views)

Here is a short free-verse poem I wrote a few years ago about war: War]  ] The boys and I marched to war, And our footsteps echoed the beat ...   Sun Jan 4th, 2009 01:20 pm

Critique my Play > Did my play... (4 replies - 3383 views)

No rush. Read it when you can find the time. ...   Sun Dec 21st, 2008 05:06 pm

Critique my Play > Did my play... (4 replies - 3383 views)

Here are the first 10 pages or so. http://www.stageplays-forum.com/forum6/3136.html ~RTurco ...   Sat Dec 20th, 2008 09:46 pm

Critique my Play > "Living Under A Red Star" Act I - Part 3 (0 replies - 1590 views)

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Critique my Play > "Living Under A Red Star Act I - Part 2 (0 replies - 1518 views)

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Critique my Play > "Living Under a Red Star" Act I - Part 1 (3 replies - 3046 views)

Sorry for the funky formating. It isn't written like this on the Word document. Hopefully, you can decipher it. ...   Wed Dec 17th, 2008 11:07 pm

Critique my Play > "Living Under a Red Star" Act I - Part 1 (3 replies - 3046 views)

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Question & Answer > To Copywright or Not to Copywright. (4 replies - 3324 views)

I want to post the first act of my play in the "Critique My Play" section before moving on to the second act. Is this a wise ...   Wed Dec 17th, 2008 09:56 pm

Take the Stage > A Helpful Resource for Beginining Playwrights (0 replies - 1740 views)

Hello All, If you are a beginning playwright, like me, then you may find this collection of articles very useful when revising your play. http://www.vcu.edu/arts/playwriting/seminar.html  Personally, I ...   Wed Dec 17th, 2008 09:53 pm


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