Thursday, October 7, 2010

The 10-Minute Play Draft

Today, continue to work on your 10-minute play drafts. If you are working diligently on your projects, we can set the due date for next class. If you are collectively not working on the play it is due today at the end of class.

Either way, review the advice about writing a 10-minute play below.


There are generally two different types of play script format. One is preferred over the other, although most literary managers will accept either.

Please consult the handout I gave you last class to check your format. You may also link to this website for advice and examples of correct script formatting.

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