By Kim Nunley
Sorry for the lack of posts. I was in New York on vacation, and though I didn’t run into Mos Def like I was hoping, I did see the Empire State Building, visited Ground Zero, took a ferry to the Statue of Liberty, went skating in Central Park, and ate some damn good pizza.
Oh, and I also saw this:
Watching actors such as Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury do their thing live was such an incredible experience. Seeing this show caused numerous daydreams about how freaking sweet it would be if an actor of this caliber ever acted out my script (honestly, any actor would be fine by me). It got me so fired up to write.
This week I’ll be working on Easier Said Than Done, plus putting together something for Julie Gray’s “Christmas One-Page Scene Competition” (thanks for the heads-up Patrick!). And tomorrow we’ll be hearing the results in Kid In The Front Row’s 5 Page Screenwriting Competition.