Scriptwriting StructureScriptwriting Structure: To-the-Point Pointers

Are you a beginning playwright? A new screenwriter? Are you a seasoned professional seeking proven practices in scriptwriting? Solid structure is the key, and in Scriptwriting Structure: To-the-Point Pointers, Bob May has spun Aristotle’s theories and modern practices together to form his own structural techniques that have led to twenty-five of his scripts being published and hundreds of productions around the world.The right-to-the-point nature of the storytelling will make you feel as though Mr. May is talking directly to you, teaching his valuable lessons on:

– illustrating what dramatic action is
– understanding the importance of character objectives in scripts
– using proper formatting in plays or screenplays
– understanding and using a script structural technique known as PASTO
– applying Aristotle’s Six Key Elements in the writing of scripts
– how to be a better playwright or screenwriter.

Writing scripts that work can be a solitary business, but with Scriptwriting Structure, you have a friend by your side.


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Bob May holds a Masters of Fine Arts in playwriting from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and currently teaches playwriting and screenwriting at the University of Central Arkansas. Forty of his plays have been published by Samuel French, Inc., Playscripts Inc., Heuer Publishing, and others. A collection of his plays is published in the book Paul Bunyan, Two Old Men, and a Wizard. His book on acting Postcard Pointers to the Performer is published by Dominion Publications. Skye Bridge Publishing publishes his book on directing: The Process of Play Directing: From Concept to Curtain. He and his wife, Cathy, have a blended family of five children and four grandchildren. Mr. May is a member of The Dramatists Guild of America.