Sharing his success from a long career, Richard Wolfe explains how to get started in the business of writing comedy and explains the different techniques required for TV, radio, stage, and film scripts. This essential volume is packed with advice from such top scriptwriters as Carla Lane, Jack Rosenthal, Barry Cryer, and Alan Plater. Experience and advice are also provided by Beryl Vertue, executive producer of Men Behaving Badly and Coupling. Crammed with examples from the scripts of well-known series and crisp analysis of comic formulae, this is a resource every comedy scriptwriter will value.
|Publisher:||Hale, Robert Limited|
|Edition description:||New edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.30(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Ronald Wolfe has written for feature films, stage shows, and radio series, and has scripted more than 500 episodes of television situation comedy.