by Greg DePaul (@GregDePaul) If you want to make a living as a screenwriter, stop what you're doing ... and start writing plays! Sounds silly, huh? After all, why would you sidetrack your screenwriting career by writing for the stage when it pays, basically, nothing? And when most Americans go to a play about every...... Continue Reading →
by Ashley Scott Meyers In this week's episode I talk with playwright/screenwriter Alecky Blythe about how her film, London Road, went from the London stage to the silver screen. You can listen to the audio portion of the podcast by clicking here or through iTunes by clicking here. You can also read a transcript of... Continue Reading →
When you start a play and you type 'Act one, scene one,' your writing is every bit as good as Arthur Miller or Eugene O'Neill or anyone. It's that fifth word where amateurs start to go wrong.