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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Candyland script produced - posted by Don

Congratulations to Val whose work Candyland (pdf format) was produced. A young woman inherits a strip club. She refuses to sell it to a rival, a brutal club owner. Instead she manages it while secretly donating profits to her church to fund a new daycare center. 100 pages

Val’s work was adapted to the stage by Merle Miller who writes, “I read this script as a screen play [on SimplyScripts] and thought it would make a great stage play… I contacted Val and got the go ahead, last month. I rewrote the script, secured a cast, and we just finished producing it (April 24, & 25, 2009) in less than 8 weeks from start to finish, at our small theatre in Laporte Indiana, and it was a big hit. Everyone was amazed at the hot air balloon scenes on stage. Some pictures and info are available at our website, and a Laporte Herald-Argus newspaper article on April 23, 2009.

Val was great to work with over the internet and phone. I wish her a lot of good luck in the future and look forward to seeing [Candyland] on the screen, or on broadway.”

Merle Miller, Washington Stage Theatre, Laporte Indiana.

Discussion board members can comment here.

Merel and Suzanne Miller renovated the old Washington Elementary School in historic La Porte, Indiana. It is a community-oriented venue where aspiring actors, script writers, musicians and performers of all ages can find a venue for their work. The theatre is actively looking for submissions. You can find more information about submitting your work here.

3 Comments so far


April 26th, 2009 at 10:55 pm

Congratulations, Val!!!! Nice pictures on their web site too!


January 10th, 2013 at 4:30 am

What a pathetic idea for a script- whether for the stage or cinema.Use your talents more wisely, please.


lisa vagosh
March 10th, 2015 at 1:40 pm

i just want a play script

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