SECOND TUESDAY: Three short scripts

SECOND TUESDAY :: THREE-SHORTS NIGHT

Tyler Haines: “Lost and Found”
Logline: “Is absolution the absolute resolution”

Mark Gallagher: “Arrgh Squared”
Logline: Things get uncomfortable for young David Jones when he starts talking like a pirate.

Eric Olson: “Moving On”
Logline: A mother faces the worst challenge of widowhood: cleaning out the garage.

WHEN: Tuesday, December 13th. 7 P.M.
WHERE: Minneapolis Community and Technical College, 1501 Hennepin Ave So. Room T111B
PARKING: Street Parking available on Laurel and Harmon and surrounding streets, Ramp parking also for $5
PRICE: $3 contribution; MCTC students FREE

The scripts total about 35 pages, so there will be plenty of time for discussion. Friends welcome.

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SECOND TUESDAY: MY FAVORITE VACATION by Gerry Stimmler

SECOND TUESDAY : “My Favorite Vacation”

An average guy named Joe finds himself in serious trouble when he goes to Hawaii on a vacation expecting to rekindle a stale marriage. The marital healing strategy compounds when Joe dodges his wife’s attempts to kill him while dealing with her old friend Margie, a screwy blonde with whom he finds himself falling hopelessly in love. Gerry Stimmler is a member of the Screenwriters’ Workshop Thursday night script group.

SECOND TUESDAY — MY FAVORITE VACATION by Gerry Stimmler
WHEN: Tuesday, November 8th, 2005, 7:00PM
WHERE: Metropolitan Community & Technical College
1501 Hennepin Ave. Room T111B
PARKING: Street Parking available on Laurel and Harmon and surrounding streets,
Ramp parking also for $5
PRICE: $3 contribution; MCTC students FREE

Bring a friend. Anyone at all is welcome to attend.

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SECOND TUESDAY: “Let’s Meet Our Contestants” by Al Easter

SECOND TUESDAY : “Let’s Meet Our Contestants”

Al Easter will be the October screenwriter with his script “Let’s Meet Our Contestants.” According to Al, “it’s not what goes on during a quiz show; it’s what goes on the night before.” Sounds intriguing, but let’s hope we don’t find out anything we’d rather not know about Alex Trebek or the Gong Show. Easter is a decades-long member of the Screenwriters’ Workshop with many accomplished scripts to his name.

SECOND TUESDAY : “Let’s Meet Our Contestants” by Al Easter
DATE: Tuesday, October 11th, 2005, 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Minneapolis Community & Technical College
1501 Hennepin Avenue, Technical Building, Room T111B
PARKING: Street Parking available on Laurel and Harmon and other surround streets
Ramp Parking also available $5
PRICE: $3 Contributions encouraged, MCTC Students Free

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SECOND TUESDAY: Three short scripts

SECOND TUESDAY : July Shorts Night

Second Tuesday, the table reading series for screenplays this month features:

Al Easter brings A LIFE IN THREE ACTS :: Three brief scenes from a man’s life tell you everything you need to know about him.

Don Strong will bring KARMA BABY :: In the space of a few hours, Caroline Finnagin, a teen suddenly in crisis, must connect with her quirky mom Karma (a single parent/executive) in the midst of the most important day of Karma’s career.

Julie Meyer will bring RED PAINT ON WHITE CANVAS :: In hope of finding passion, an immigrant janitor and a lonely executive navigate their class conflicts on a snowy New Years Eve.

During a table reading, copies of the script are passed out to participants and each reads a character in the script. Screenwriters get a first chance to hear their scripts read aloud. All are welcome. The fun begins at 7 p.m, Tuesday, February 8th.

EVENT: SECOND TUESDAY :: July Shorts Night :: Al Easter, Don Strong, and Julie Meyer
DATE: Tuesday, July 12, 2005, 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Minneapolis Community & Technical College
1501 Hennepin Avenue, Technical Building, Room T111B
PARKING: Street Parking available on Laurel and Harmon and other surround streets
Ramp Parking also available $5
PRICE: Contributions encouraged, MCTC Students Free

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SECOND TUESDAY: The Girl Who Smells Like a Dog by Linda Anderson

Second Tuesday, the table reading series for screenplays features Linda Anderson, who will unleash “The Girl Who Smells Like a Dog” on us. Frieda Alfredo Fontaine is born with a canine’s amazing scent capabilities. Endowed with the “spirit of the dog,” by the time she turns eleven, K-9 Girl’s nose has become this fifth grader’s darkest secret, her most dangerous challenge, and the key to finding love, acceptance, and her destiny. During a table reading, copies of the script are passed out to participants and each reads a character in the script. Screenwriters get a first chance to hear their scripts read aloud. All are welcome. The fun begins at 7 p.m, Tuesday, February 8th.

EVENT: SECOND TUESDAY : The Girl Who Smells Like a Dog by Linda Anderson
DATE: Tuesday, February 8th, 2005, 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Minneapolis Community & Technical College
1501 Hennepin Avenue, Technical Building, Room T111B
PARKING: Street Parking available on Laurel and Harmon and other surround streets
Ramp Parking also available $5
PRICE: Contributions encouraged, MCTC Students Free

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