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THE SCRIPT FEEDBACK GROUP

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The group is moderated by Member Nina Gooch and has been running for 5 years. 

Goals

To provide support and feedback to ICWP members developing new work.

To provide writers with the type of feedback they need for their particular process.

Members are encouraged to provide feedback for as many plays as possible, even if a particular play is out of their comfort zone, so that playwrights get feedback from many different perspectives.

Scripts

This group will read any type of dramatic writing from its members. Group members will be sent a copy of the script, a list of the playwright's questions, and a link to the form where you'll give your feedback.

For full-length plays, five weeks  are allowed to read and evaluate.  For shorter plays, this time might be shorter.

So everyone gets to have a play read each year, the group size will be kept small.

Feedback

Each script will be accompanied by a set of questions that I will work with the playwright to assemble.

Readers will be asked to respond only to the questions asked and to return their feedback by the deadline given.

Feedback will be shared with everyone and the member's name will be attached to her feedback.

To Join the Scriptfeedback Group- Become a Member 


3- MINUTE PLAY CONTEST

Members can submit scripts to a 3- minute play contest. 

Judges are selected from outside the Membership and three winners are announced. 

October 2019 Contest Winners

Theme: Food
(in alphabetical order by playwright name)

Hungry Women 
by MT Cozolla

Double Entree
by Nancy Gall-Clayton

On the Menu
by Catherine Haigney


THANK YOU TO OUR OCTOBER JUDGE, KEITH PEARSON:

Over the past twenty years, Keith Pearson, as Managing Director of The Theatre Company (TTC), has been responsible for some of the most dynamic and adventurous performance work which has been seen in Kenya.  Voice of a Dream (2002) KigeziNdoto (2006), Githaa (2006), Sauti Kimya (2009) and My Moving Home (2010), Shungwaaya (2012 and toured Mali in 2013) were developed through his devised technique of engaging the experiences of the performers.  He is the proprietor of the Karichota Arts Centre in the Mt. Kenya forest near Nanyuki and the proud father of Mo Wanjeri (of Yellow Light Machine music group) and William Maragua.

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