A father summons his bickering sons home in an attempt to mend fences before their ailing matriarch checks out
Tennessee hillbilly, the first in my family to get further than high school. Undergrad double major in Theater and English. Learning International Phonetics got rid of my Southern accent. I received the first MFA in Acting awarded by Florida State University. First...
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Tennessee hillbilly, the first in my family to get further than
Undergrad double major in Theater and English. Learning
International Phonetics got rid of my Southern accent.
I received the first MFA in Acting awarded by Florida State University. First career: Regional repertory, dinner theater, summer stock and finally Broadway (six shows) and European tours either as actor, Stage Manager or Associate Director. Second career - free lance editor - condensing books to be recorded. Third career - Vice President of Computer Operations at a major Wall Street Brokerage. Hey, all the world's a stage. With computer skills, Vice President is just another acting role. I started writing when I was 9. I never stopped writing regardless of what I had to do to pay the bills. Now I write. The bills somehow manage to get taken care of.
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A review of In Human Formby Gammon on 09/01/2011Concept: If you do nothing and let the oppressors kill you, God will send a mysterious entity to save you. Or as Tolstory wrote in the last line of his short story: "And thus the peasants clearly understood that the power of God is manifested not in evil, but in goodness." I'm not sure exactly how to react to this story. It has the feel of a medieval mystery or morality play... read
A review of The Big Paybackby Gammon on 08/27/2011I'm still not sure, having finished this script, whether the writer has uploaded something so bad as a joke on reviewers or whether the writer thinks this is a good script. Why do I think this might be a joke on reviewers? Writing like this: "Mike smiles as he walks through the barb wired fence seconds away from freedom and out of jail clothes..The guard escorts him to the... read
A review of The Humane Facadeby Gammon on 08/24/2011After 137 reviews, I doubt much can be added that hasn't been said. But since it was assigned, here goes. As for formatting or misspellings or bad grammar, I couldn't care less as long as they don't make the script unreadable. As a writer, you'll either correct them or you won't. CONCEPT: Two "damaged" people meet and repair each other's damage. Not a new concept. That... read