View single post by fred
 Posted: Thu Aug 17th, 2006 08:48 pm
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Joined: Wed Jul 12th, 2006
Location: New York, New York USA
Posts: 10
I've been fortunate over the years to have some of my plays professionally produced.  I find most of my mileage comes from writing short plays (between 10 and 20 minutes).  The experience is wonderful, if you're able to get involved.  I find amateur theatre can be just as rewarding. Recently in June, I had a play of mine, called TOOTH, produced by Youth Education on Stage in North Dakota.  It  was a 10 minute play for the theatre's International Playwriting Competiton Festival. The actors were children between the ages of 7 and 18.  Although I was unable to personally view the production, I was happy to receive a DVD of all the plays selected and a festival t-shirt that fits me perfectly.