Sunday, October 5, 2008

'Plowing Up a Snake'

This is a pretty cool event at Red River next week:
Screenplay Reading Series: "Plowing Up a Snake" Presented by the NH Film and Television Office, Q&A to follow

Award Winning NH screenwriter Dana Biscotti Myskowski's latest motion picture script, "Plowing up a Snake," will be read by live actors before an audience.

Dana Biscotti Myskowski earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College and her Professional Certificate in Screenwriting online via UCLA. She will produce Pulitzer-Prize winner Ariel Dorfman's stage play, "Speak Truth to Power: Voices from Beyond the Dark," for Jayme's Fund for Social Justice at Pinkerton Academy's Stockbridge Theatre on Oct. 17, 2009. She penned the multi-media show on global climate change, "Breathing Space," for the Christa McAuliffe Planetarium, and "The Lemonade Stand," a short film produced by Double Midnight Productions, and has published items in The SNReview, The Pitkin Review, The Berkshire Review, Hollywood Scriptwriter, The Alpha Chi Recorder, Reader's Digest, and more. In addition to writing short and feature screenplays and stage plays, she teaches workshops and critiques scripts for aspiring writers and directors. Dana can be found at: and

The Screenplay Reading Series will showcase new motion picture scripts read live by actors before an audience, followed by Q&A. The series is dedicated to fostering a forum where screenwriters can hear their words come to life and network with actors, potential film investors, and other artists involved in filmmaking.

The Screenplay Reading Series presents works on an invitation-only basis (a submission process is forthcoming) and screenplays must have an emphasis on New Hampshire, either in their setting or their potential to be filmed in the Granite State. The screenplays are read in an intimate setting at Red River Theatres by actors cast into the screenplay's respective roles by a director who works with the writer specifically for the reading.

SHOWTIME: Thursday, Oct. 9, at 7 p.m.

1 comment:

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I will keep an eye of this play. goodluck on your endeavors.