ScriptWorks is playwright development and service organization that was founded to:
- Create a home for dramatic writers that stimulates imagination
- Develop new dramatic works to their fullest potential and feed them into the local and national markets
- Produce and encourage the production of new work that lends dignity to the playwright’s vision
- Network and enhance the visibility of the diverse community of playwrights in the Central Texas area
ScriptWorks exists to support dramatic writers by providing opportunities at all stages in the writing process — from inception through production. SW supports the whole writer, not just an isolated project, and dedicates itself to career advancement as well as artistic growth. Committed to high artistic standards, ScriptWorks seeks to protect the writer’s integrity by encouraging playwright initiative and harnessing collective potential.
ScriptWorks Organization Structure
ScriptWorks is structured as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation with a community Board of Directors. An Operations Committee maintains the day-to-day operations of the organization in conjunction with volunteers from the Membership.
Sherry Kramer, Megan Monaghan, John Walch, Suzan Zeder
Board of Directors
Debbie Lynn Carriger (President), Heather Bishop, James Burnside, Max Langert, Christina J. Moore (Secretary), C. Denby Swanson.
Christina J. Moore – Executive Director
Max Langert- Member Representative
Michelle Polgar – Resident Business Consultant
Abi Basch, P. Seth Bauer, Rebecca Beegle, Ron Berry, C.F. Blackchild, Paul Bonin-Rodriguez, Kimberly Burke, Monika Bustamante, Elena Carrillo, Vicki Caroline Cheatwood, Emily Cicchini, Lisa D’Amour, Dan Dietz, Patricia Fiske, Robert Ford, Amparo Garcia-Crow, David Gunderson, Jennifer Haley, Jessica Hedrick, Carson Kreitzer, Kendall Lynch, Kirk Lynn, P. Paullette MacDougall, Zell Miller III, Clay Nichols, Molly Rice, Greg Romero, Ellsworth Schave, Rebecca Schwarz, Hank Schwemmer, Kirk Smith, C. Denby Swanson, John Walch, Skipper Chong Warson, Cyndi Williams