All About Theater

 Welcome to, uncovering the secret to writing great scripts.

From high-budget Broadway productions to small-town summer theater, exciting things happen when you get involved with theater of any sort. And the playwright is at the center of it all.
Whether your play is performed in a small community theater, or on Broadway itself, the thrill of seeing your work come to life on stage is unlike any other you'll ever experience.
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  • play structure, mechanics and formal conventions
  • how to tell a story well in dramatic form
  • how to develop and direct it in such a way as best seize and retain the interest of a theatrical audience.
  • how to choose or invent a good story
  • how to lend dignity to dramatic story-telling
  • how to to observe and portray human character
  • ... and more!

From afterthoughts and footnotes, convention and strategies for mastering the craft of writing a stellar play, there is something in this guide for everyone!

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