Tag Archives: how to format a play

  1. How To Format Your Script


    December 8, 2014 by Sam Graber

    Greetings, script fans! Now that the Minneapolis weather has turned from a scorching positive fifteen to a balmy ten below …
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  2. Plays Made for the Screen

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    October 1, 2013 by Sam Graber

    “If it can be effectively filmed, it’s not for us.” — theater submission posting Recently I attended the staged reading …
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  3. Productivity in Playwrighting

    August 8, 2013 by Sam Graber

    How much work do you get done in a day? That is a toughie, isn’t it? As playwrights we think …
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  4. Is the American theater a living museum?

    June 19, 2013 by Sam Graber

    Is the American theater a living museum? That’s the big question I’ve been asking lately. I’ve been asking because it …
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  5. Technology As Theater Process – Adapt Or Die

    April 12, 2013 by Sam Graber

    Recently, I had the unfortunate experience of two separate first performances of two separate plays of mine sapped by what …
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  6. A Playwright’s Thoughts on the Surface Pro

    February 6, 2013 by Sam Graber

    The Surface Pro is just released and I went to the Microsoft store at the Mall of America to try out an advance display model. I bring to you not only a review of the new Surface Pro but also some thoughts on the broader impact of mobile computing on playwrighting.

  7. Adventures In Spellcheck

    January 1, 2013 by Sam Graber

    Recently a respected and talented playwright I know forwarded to me a lengthy email war between himself and an artistic …
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  8. The Rules of Technology for Playwrighting

    December 5, 2012 by Sam Graber

    The Rules of Technology As They Relate to Playwrighting with a Key To The Scriptures. Earlier this year, during the …
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