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PCPP‘s next meeting (on Zoom) will be on January 21, 2023, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Our twice-monthly meetings generally feature a writing prompt, along with reading and discussion of members’ scripts. Anyone in the greater Wilmington area with an interest in scriptwriting (for the stage, TV, movies, and/or radio) is invited to join us! We welcome all, regardless of experience level. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 24 hours before the meeting so we can send you the link.
Becoming a PCPP member is easy! Dues are only $25 per year, and no one is denied for financial reasons. Benefits of membership include having your scripts read and critiqued during feedback sessions, as well as having them considered for both staged readings and full productions. When you join PCPP, you become part of a vibrant community of individuals who share an enthusiasm for playwriting and screenwriting and who are committed to helping each other achieve our literary goals.
Port City Playwrights’ Project is a non-profit community of writers for the stage and screen in the greater Wilmington, NC, area that supports members at all levels of development, giving them an opportunity to hone their craft in order to create high-quality work. To that end, we offer a supportive atmosphere in which playwrights and screenwriters:
- have their works read and discussed
- see their scripts staged for the theatre or produced as films
- share opportunities for submissions to theatres, producers, and publishers
- hear expertise from guest speakers on playwriting and screenwriting
- become eligible for works to be selected for staged readings and full productions
- belong to a guild that actively encourages producing organizations to take on award-worthy scripts created locally