CLOSE-UP

Here you can find a growing selection of the features we have done and some archive interviews from the early days of 17Percent.

  • Interview – Julia Streets (2012)
    Julia talks about working in comedy and gives a unique perspective on dealing with the alpha male in the workplace. Read more…
  • Interview – Leila Khan (2012)
    Early career playwright Leila talks about procrastination and being jealous of EL James. Read more…
  • Interview – Katherine Michell (2012)
    Katherine talks about society’s unintentional (or intentional) silencing of girls’ voices. Read more…
  • Q+A – Anya Reiss (2012)
    Anya talks about her adaptation of The Seagull and her writing process. Read more
  • West Country Focus (May 2011)
    Interviews with two West Country based playwrights Miranda Walker and Alison Farina. ‘When I met up with playwright Gill Kirk (here interviewed on YouTube) in Bath a few months ago, it seemed that the West Country is currently enjoying an incredibly vibrant theatre scene…’ Read more.
  • Interview – Sola Oyeleye (2009)
    Director/poet/playwright/educator/producer Sola speaks about what inspires her about writing and offers advice to writers… Read more.
  • Interview – Bryony Lavery (2009)
    Award winning playwright Bryony answers our questions about writing… Read more.
  • Why you should format your stage play and how-to…
    OK, so you’ll have seen that there are 100s of slightly different ways you can lay out your script. Or, maybe you haven’t bothered to lay it out at all. Or check spelling and punctuation… Read more.

2 Responses to CLOSE-UP

  1. Pingback: You’ve got two days! « Playwrights' Competition Calendar

  2. Great article! I use Celtx and find the theatre option very easy to use, though.

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