As a active screenwriter and dramatist (playwright/librettist), I have been writing and directing since I was in elementary school. My expertise is in dramtic writing as well as historical research. I have been given such responsibility (dramaturg) for many local theatre productions. bbc
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Arts, minors in History and Psychology. As a writer, I have enjoy the experience of researching for information in regards to a script or just because.
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B.A. Theatre Arts, Nazareth College of Rochester 2007
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I love writing because I learn something about the world I live in. Whether it's years ago or present...I discover these gems and it's like a treasure hunt. I love the feeling of discovery.
Writing is a process...patience is what it requires.
I love creating characters and worlds, I love watching them grow over the course of...however long we see them for.
Writing isn't a piece of cake, if it were a lot more people would try to take a bite. Oh wait, they do...but it's not easy.
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Sorry this so long to respond to, I had to do a bit of research on scripts and precedents. For all purposes, I would just put on the title page: SCRIPT
Honestly, it depends on what genre of Shakespeare's plays you like. And just for future reference, we don't call his writing novels. They are dramatic literature, stage plays...that's not to sound condescending
I think what you should do is figure out, what you are trying to say or comment on. Most comedies are rooted in a commentary, even in jest, comedians and comedy writers are trying to comment or say something
Often times Voice Over is used to give a character an internal monologue or dialogue. Generally other characters cannot hear this dialogue as well. Other times it is used to introduce us to the story.
I would highly recommend copyrighting your screenplay and I would also suggest doing it with the Library of Congress versus WGA. Once you have a draft completed, I would even say Draft 1, if you are extra
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