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(July 16) TV PILOTS RESURRECTED
The Writers Guild of America, East,
in partnership with the New York Television Festival,
TV PILOTS RESURRECTED
*RSVP REQUIRED (Writers Guild members Only)
Monday, July 16 at 7:30pm
Helen Mills Event Space & Theater
137 W 26th Street, NYC
Join us for a live reading of two scripts, a drama and a comedy, written for the small screen. Two WGAE members will have their previously unproduced television pilots professionally directed and staged using union actors. The winners and finalists will be Official Artists at the festival.
1-900-BITCHIN, written by Yael Galena
Set in 1986, 1-900-BITCHIN follows Debbie, an unfulfilled stay-at-home mother of four, who is forced to work as a phone-sex operator after her husband’s arrest. Feeling empowered for the first time in her life, she forges a friendship with badass feminist Marlene, and together they start a meaningful side-hustle: an underground advice line for women.
ASSISTANT TO MS. HEIGL’S ASSISTANT, written by Tommy Ruprecht
Ally, a determined young woman, gets a job on the outermost periphery of show business.
Drama Finalists: Maggie Greenwald & Marygrace O’Shea, John Petro, Matthew Dixon
Comedy Finalists: Gordon Rayfield, Linsey Stewart & Dane Clark, Brooke Berman
The readings will be cast by Caroline Sinclair Casting and directed by Caytha Jentis. Interviews with the writers will follow each reading, and a reception will close the event
RSVP Cancellation Policy
We understand that unplanned issues can come up and you may need to cancel your attendance at a screening or event. If that happens, you must provide at least five (5) hours advance notice to allow the accommodation of other members on the waiting list. Cancellations must be made by email; phone cancellations will not be accepted.
After missing three screenings or events without sending a cancellation notice to email@example.com within the defined window, you will be notified that you have been placed on a three-month hiatus from attending WGAE screenings and events.
Please note that is your responsibility to track your reservations and strikes. You will only be notified upon your third and final strike that you have been placed on hiatus.
Our priority is ensuring that our programming is robustly attended and accessible to all members. We hope this policy will enable us to better serve the needs of all members.