Writing Comedy: A Guide to Scriptwriting for TV, Radio, Film and Stage

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Robert Hale, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 190 pages
This is a guide to writing comedy for television, stage, radio and film. It explains how to get started in the business and discusses the different techniques and working methods. Different writing teams of contemporary comedy offer advice, actors reflect on their experiences of working with comedy writers, and producers and directors explain how they develop the talent of new writers. The book also discusses the opportunities for women and for Afro/Asian comedy writers.

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