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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
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JANUARY 2020 SALON

DOUBLE IDENTITY: THE UNTOLD STORY OF RENEE RENOIR by Marianne Serene
Sunday, January 26 at 6:30 PM
Shalom Austin Jewish Community Center, 7300 Hart Lane*

DOUBLE IDENTITY: THE UNTOLD STORY OF RENEE RENOIR  has many characteristics of a noir – femme fatale, detectives, fights, and plot twists and turns – but refined a bit to portray today’s woman. A mysterious death connected to a life insurance policy, a suicide, a famously named Renoir painting, corporate corruption, and embezzlements are all part of this unfolding tale.

Marilyn Smith (writing under the pen name of Marianne Serene) is a ScriptWorks member and Dramatists Guild member and has participated in FronteraFest since 2018 –   Awww, The Magic of a Full Moon, 2018 and  Roommates, 2019 (Best of Week).  This year at FronteraFest 2020, she has co-authored three plays with fellow ScriptsWork and Dramatists Guild member James Burnside – Dueling Playwrights: Battle of the Grocery Aisle; Dueling Playwrights: On Porn; and Dueling Playwrights: Battle of the Bathroom.   Also at FronteraFest 2020 this year she will be presenting a condensed version of  I Am Not the Person You Have Made Me Out to Be which was performed by Paradox Players as part of the production of Saints, Sinners, and Thieves that ran from September 20 to October 6, 2019.  Visit http://MarianneSerene.com and reach out at MarianneSerene.playwright@gmail.com

*Enter the JCC campus on Hart Lane and stop at the guard booth. The guard will instruct you, but you’ll be driving straight ahead to the back of the campus and turning left. Look for the Austin Jewish Academy, where we’ll be on the 2nd floor in the CAA Multipurpose Room, follow the signs from the top of the stairs or the elevator.  Call Max at 512-827-9474, if you have any trouble.

January 15th, 2020|Categories: anouncement, events for members, readings|
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