You are hereMonthly archive / October 2008
A character based dramedy about a young man and three women all named Jennifer.
Check out the script in the play archive under 2008 plays.
A historical/biographical play.
To all the wonderful donors, volunteers and benefactors who help give life to NaPlWriMo !
- Live Girls! Theater
- Mickey Gillmor and Henry Kahn
- Pat Crochet
- Kimberly Zelonis
- William Cooper aka Blackwingedboy
- Rebecca Bates
- Jo Wace
- Jeremy Kahn
- Erin S. O. Connors
- Tom Milewski
- Brandon Fenske
- Jose Gonzales
- James Comtois
- Elizabeth Dorn
- Michael Minney
- Alex Sollek
- Dustin Wilson
- Daniel Christensen
- Ben Ellis
- Dan Trujillo
- Kristina Spencer
- Michael Lee
- Shelley Hobbs
- Roland Tec
- Daniel Hall
- Andrew Wetmore
- Steven Ptacek ( who suggested this crazy idea)
- Rachel Hoffman
- Several anonymous donors
- Holly Arsenault
- Greg Bear
- Dawn Torre
- Lindsay Stark
- Leslie Liautaud
- Machelle Allman
- Marian McNamee
- Karen Chandler
- Maggie McAleese
- Dan Kurtz
- Will Bond
- Marla Porter
If we've left anyone out, you have our sincere apologies and please let us know and we'll be sure to add you . Or... donate by clicking on the button below and we'll be thrilled to add your name to the list , hee hee.
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Thanks for being here. Thanks for playing!
I am writing a solo show. I am insane ! Most solo shows suck !!!
Solarcirclegirl's forum for her NaPlWrMo work. Let the fun begin (soon).
What file formats are allowed under the rules?
I'm thinking about using Celtx to write my play, which exports as pdf, but not as word.
If I write in word, is docx format allowed?
Any other Canucks out there? From sea to sea to sea?
Let's celebrate our own playwrights, hey, Daniel MacIvor, Ann Marie Macdonald, and thou!
This is also a Musical-Positive Zone.
Leaf fans are okay, too. Maybe.
Naplwrimo runs on love, sweat and your generous help.
Thank you to our donors!
Machelle Allman, Holly Arsenault, Will Bond, Karen Chandler, Michael Lee, Leslie Liautaud, Jeff Mackey, Maggie McAleese, Marian McNamee, Marla Porter, and all our anonymous donors.