Backstage has rounded up six classes—from Los Angeles to New York, down South, and beyond—for actors interested in creating their own breakout roles.
Screenwriter Frederick Mensch reveals why he wrote a script with only one actor and why that actor, David Oyelowo, refused to speak to him when he arrived on set.
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Taking you well beyond the capabilities of a regular word processor or even other, similar tools like the Mac-oriented Scrivener, Final Draft facilitates the entire dramatic writing process.
Karen Croner’s script for “One True Thing” helped Meryl Streep earn an Oscar nomination, but Croner is switching gears with the comedy “Admission,” in which Tina Fey plays an admissions officer who connects with a teen who might be the child she gave up for adoption. You began you ...