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Podcasting: New Opportunities for Dramatic Writing at AWP 2015

Join us at AWP 2015!

Justin and I are excited to announce that we will be talking about how we developed our forthcoming podcast series, Munchen, Minnesota, at AWP this year (which is, of course, in Minnesota). Our session is 12:00 – 1:15 pm on Saturday, April 11, so skip lunch and don’t sneak out of the conference a day early, ok?

Here’s the description:

Podcasting: New Opportunities in Dramatic Writing. Intrigued by TV writing, but don’t want to move to LA? Why not develop your own podcast series? Podcasts are more popular than ever, require minimal financial investment, and are easy to distribute. Using our supernatural comedy-drama series, Munchen, Minnesota, as an example, we’ll discuss coming up with an idea, how to apply the basics of TV writing to your podcast script, beat sheets, character arcs, and season arcs, and how to cast, record and market your series.

Our first episode is in post-production right now, so if it’s not released by April 11, come hear us talk about what giant failures we are.

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(Just kidding, it’s in the program, so we have to finish it.)

Thanks again to our director Mindy Herman, sound designer Angie Hayes (and sound designer emeritus Sam Fisher), Raymond Bobgan and Cleveland Public Theatre for their generous and ongoing support, and of course, our illustrious and unparalleled cast.

See you in Minneapolis!

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