Saturday, March 01, 2008

Short stuff

Lucy Vee has news of a short script comp: full details here; as she says, it's cheaper to enter than the BSSC, and both have early deadlines which make it even cheaper.

The call has also gone out for one minute plays for GI60 (Gone in 60 seconds). Details here, along with the videos of last year's plays in both New York and Harrogate, so you can have a look at the potential competition. Mine's in the Harrogate section, and is the sixth play, beginning at about 7:36, if you want to skip forwards. I didn't go to see it, so I'm pleased to see what they've done with it - a minor change in the script which works well - and also that the audience laughed. Phew.

4 Comments:

Blogger Helen Smith said...

Hello Sal

I just watched your play - it works well, doesn't it? What a shame you didn't go and see it but it's great they filmed everything.

Helen

4:18 pm  
Blogger Stacie said...

Need to faster internet to watch...
I forgot to ask you about the earthquake. Did you wake up during it?

7:48 pm  
Blogger Sal said...

Hi Helen, yes I thought it worked well; it was a shame we couln't get over to see it but we couldn't make the trek that night.

Stacie, yes, the earthquake woke me up, almighty bang and lots of shaking. I checked that the roof hadn't fallen in then went back to sleep.

9:55 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why did I watch that, and think "(end of) Rupert's Land" ? Well done !

L xx

7:16 pm  

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