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The Film School Presents – ACT Theater

Here in Seattle we’re blessed to have the Film School: Alumni students of the Film School who write screenplays often have them acted out by some of Seattle’s top SAG actors at the ACT Theater. This month’s performance was written by Heather Pitre and directed by Amy Sedgwick, both Louisa’s Café writing buddies. Heather’s screenplay titled, DODGERS will be performed on January 30th at 7 PM at the ACT Theater. Following the performance will be feedback from screenwriting and directing pro’s. How exciting! What a great learning opportunity for Heather and for the audience.
It’s FREE, so if you’re interested in attending RSVP through the Film School link here. Should be lots of fun. Cocktails at 6 PM.
There is also a performance on January 9th at the ODD DUCK Theater in Seattle. Both are Free.

One comment on “The Film School Presents – ACT Theater

  1. Stephen Hayes
    January 1, 2012

    Thanks for the heads up on these worthwhile events. I hope you have a great 2012 and I'm looking forward to a new year with your blogs.

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