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48th St., 2nd floor Sunday July 15th Session 1: coaching at , pitching at Session 2: coaching at , pitching at (Note: we are starting one hour earlier than usual! You meet a producer at a party, and have two minutes to interest him in your work.
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Think of it as the "cocktail party" pitch where you have to hold someone's interest with dozens of conversations going on around you. WHAT YOU SHOULD BRING: A one-page (maximum) synopsis, a one-page writer/theater resume or bio, production history (including reviews), set and cast breakdown.
You will need 22 sets, one for each of the producers.
Both have read my script and one is definitely looking for further development!
One is Broadway and the other TV/Film so that's exciting that it reached such wide appeal with industry leaders.
If accepted into the program, the cost is for TRU members and for non-members (and yes, you can always join as a member to qualify for the discount - we'd like that). Since I was a participant, I've been contacted by two producers who have expressed interest in my pitch.Writers bring a packet with a synopsis, bio, cast breakdown and production requirements to leave with each of the producers.If the project interests the producer, he may request that you send a full script.Click here: Writer Speed Date App-85-75 for application. Then at , they go into the Pitch Room to meet the producers - one at each of the stations. We ring a second bell, producers have two minutes to respond and ask questions, or give feedback. 11 writers will arrive at , and we have three coaches coming who will coach the writers on their presentations.