This week’s screenplay festival is a showcase of the best of 1st Scene Screenplays, TV Sitcom Pilots, and a classic Twilight Zone Fan Fiction screenplay.
Here are the details of the works that will be performed.
#1 – 1st Scene Script – Monster Beneath The Ice
Written by Jerry Kokich
Genre: Action, Adventure, Thriller
Synopsis: A good, old fashioned “B” picture for your first scene enjoyment.
EVGENY and VLADIMIR discuss when the supply plane will arrive. Outside, Evgeny is almost knocked down by a moving ridge in the ice, but Vladimir saves him. The ridge destroys shacks and machinery, and the incoming plane just manages to rescue them.
#2 – 1st Scene Script – The Wedding Thief
Written by Brett Bacon
Genre: Comedy, Crime
Synopsis: A professional thief pilfers money from the super-rich at weddings until he is caught stealing from the Italian mob and then is forced to take a priceless work of art from the Russian mob or die trying.
#3 – 1st Scene Script – Man Seeking Money
Written by Steve Mikals
Synopsis: Aided by their human friends, chimpanzees with typewriters try to climb the Evolutionary ladder.
#4 – Short Screenplay – Gary’s Girls
Written by Mckenzie Trent
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Synopsis: A young woman with too many bumps in the road is in the process of giving up on life when an unlikely source, her dad’s new girlfriend and her former high school resident mean girl, pushes her out of her comfort zone.
#5 – Fan Fiction – Twilight Zone “Punchline”
Written by Jaime Medina
Genre: Mystery, Thriller
Synopsis: A failed comedian makes a deal with the Devil to switch places with the Vegas star who stole his act!
#6 – TV Sitcom Pilot – MAILROOMIES
Written by Jacques Edeline
Synopsis: Pilot about a young man (Charlie) who starts at the bottom of the food chain in the Hollywood industry.
#7 – TV Sitcom Pilot – MARRIAGE EQUALITY
Written by Jamie Pierce
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Synopsis: A gay couple deals with two life-changing events on Mother’s Day.
Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo
Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne
Editor: John Johnson
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