Playwrights always have to be LISTENING. Something you hear may be something for a play or something to put in a play. Not only do you have to listen, but you also need a great memory or better yet a NOTEBOOK. I heard on the radio about the middle-east that the interviewee noticed that a woman’s hair was not covered. I thought how that would be very obvious to someone traveling to Europe from his home in the middle-east. I wrote it down and then included the line in my one-act play TWO COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN about Egyptian boys seeking refuge in italy and what they would see there. TWO COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN is available for production by your theatre. LISTEN well and have a NOTEBOOK.
LISTENING and having a NOTEBOOK
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