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BEHOLD my next Staged ReadingHERE'S THE PRESS RELEASE AND ALL THE INFO ON MY NEXT STAGED READING... THERE IS ALSO A FESTIVAL PRESENTATION PERFORMANCE OF A PIECE I FEATURED ON HERE CALLED THE LAST REMNANTS OF COPS, ROBBERS & HOLLYWOOD COWBOYS TO TAKE PLACE IN NYC... TBA...BELOW IS THE NEXT READING INFO...BEHOLD my next Staged Reading by *TOMCAVANAUGH
DAY 1 Out of Town Staged Reading of my playThere's a funny difference between Script Development in film and Script Development in theater… theater will actually take the script and the writer into "the fold" and develop them, while in film and television it is traditional to take the script and usually ditch the original writer once the "powers that be" decide that the first writer has taken the script as far as it can go! They then replace the first writer, usually with several writers from all walks of life. They usually trade up and start to bring in more established and usually very talented or proven writers… that's if it is a good company.DAY 1 Out of Town Staged Reading of my play by *TOMCAVANAUGH
My Stageplay inspired by DA COSPLAY!My Stageplay inspired by DA COSPLAY! by *TOMCAVANAUGH
On death, children and dragonsAlba: Hey, Kit?On death, children and dragons by ~Halohid
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