Screenplay Table Read Schedule

One of the unique features of SNAFF is how we bring the short screenplay finalists to life. In years prior we’ve done live stage readings, featuring local talent acting out each screenplay on the stage at the Capitol Theater.
This year, we’re trying something new.
Each of the six finalists will have an intimate live table reading with a full cast in the upper annex of the Capitol Theater. Actors and screenplays will be provided. All we need is you, the writers!

On Thursday, June 22 from 4:00pm-6:00pm we will feature:

JaguarsWritten by Adrienne Dawes – When awkward, 20-something Esther befriends “The Jaguars,” a group of funny, fearless 50-something women that aggressively pursue younger men at singles bars, she learns a powerful lesson about radical self-acceptance.

Malcolm and CabinetteWritten by Wes Worthing – We follow the life of two lovers who had the courage to break down the barrier between metal and flesh. Witness the intimacy and struggles of Malcolm and Cabinette, a human and a filing cabinet.

Casting BladeWritten by Andrew Wassom – After a failed suicide attempt, a former porn star seeking mainstream success lands the role he was meant to play.

 

On Friday, June 23 from 4:00pm-6:00pm we will feature:

Last Woman on EarthWritten by Danielle Smith – A woman faces the decision between survival and redemption in a bleak world.

S3RIALWritten by Michael E. Berg – A lowly beat cop canvasses a barbershop for leads to an unsolved murder and finds the killer – only he doesn’t know it.

Wren BoneWritten by Robert Dopf, Michael E. Berg – Life and death hang in the balance when a Sheriff must confront a cult leader terrorizing a small Iowa town.

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