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Sunday, March 4, 2007

Unproduced scripts and Saving the Blue Note - post author Don

On the Unproduced Scripts page we have thirty nine new and revised scripts up for your reading pleasure. Also, I’ve split the full list of unproduced scripts into two sections. At 3,000 unproduced scripts, the full list of unproduced scripts was taking too long to come up. So, read A to L scripts and M to Z scripts.

Go see Saving the Blue Note

If you are in the Chicago area this month, go see Saving the Blue Note (formerly called The Swingin’ Sounds of Jack Amsterdam) written by our own Mike Shelton

Now playing at:
St. Gabriel’s Auditorium
4500 S Wallace Ave
Chicago, IL 60609

The best way to get tickets is at the door, or by calling 773-538-8272 to check availability.

Show times:
Saturday, March 3rd – 8pm
Sunday, March 4th – 3pm
Saturday, March 10th – 8pm
Saturday, March 17th – 8pm
Sunday, March 18th – 3pm (The Hangover Matinee!)

Tickets – $15

If you’ve seen the play, drop your review in here

Script submissions and contact form have been closed temporarily. Spammers found the submission forms and I’m getting hammered with spam. If anyone knows of a good submission form validator to prevent spam, please let me know via email to webmaster (at) simplyscripts(dot) com . – Don

2 Comments so far


Alan H.
March 5th, 2007 at 1:11 pm

Congratulations, Mike!


SimplyScripts - Free Movie Scripts and Screenplays
April 2nd, 2007 at 3:28 am

[…] Scripts page. Among the postings this week is Mike Shelton’s Saving the Blue Note the play I blogged about a bit ago. It was presented in March at St. Gabriel?s Auditorium. Also, you can read Adam’s […]

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