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 Posted: Sat Apr 4th, 2015 05:54 pm
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katoagogo



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Your synopsis doesn't really start until the fourth and final sentence - the other three that precede it are all set-up. If you're writing a short synopsis begin with the action of the play and end with the action of the play. Your first three sentences could preface many plays. The fourth sentence is specific to your piece. That's the only sentence that grabs me of the four. So why does it take three other sentences to get to it?

--kato