#95 How To Write For Both Screen and Stage – Gary Goldstein

#95 How To Write For Both Screen and Stage – Gary Goldstein

Story is story, but there are some important differences between writing for film, TV and the theatre.  In this episode writer for stage and screen Gary Goldstein discusses writing his new play “April, May and June” at theatre40 3/16-4/16/17, using actors to help you identify voice, developing story for all formats, good characters that create good story, writing scenes to test structure, character motivations, breaking a play into beats, asking questions to define character and story.

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