text2stage Features Social Media Conversations in Theatrical Production

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Empowering Active Social Media Authors to Share their Best Work for Theatrical Production

Newly launched Text2Stage is an innovative new venture designed to create a theatrical production based solely on people's social media conversations. The goal is to collect Facebook and email threads, tweets and texts from which a script will be created and then produced on stage. This venture is being solely supported by the New York based production company, Big Work Productions.    

All contributors will be given writing credit on a major theatrical production. Entries will be accepted through 9/30/2015. With the format being free form depending on the authors choice, the goal is to intertwine the thousands of interesting conversations going on and bring them together in a creative and surprising story which will make attendees of the performance laugh, cry and have an amazingly good time.

The concept is the brainchild of Timothy Gannon who has been part of Emmy winning production teams on the long running Law and Order Prime time television show. Tim’s creative style and Big Work Productions will bring the texts and social conversations to life. The overall goal of the production effort is to bring social media into the theatre rather than keeping it out.

Anyone can participate by sharing their texts, emails or tweets at texts2stage.com or tweet to @text2stage, Or post on Facebook.

About texts2stage: This is a creative project intended to allow the best social media stories and content to be brought forward in a theatrical production.

About Big Work Productions:
Big Work Productions is a full-service creative production company. With over 20 years of motion picture production experience, we understand what it takes to deliver projects on time and on budget. And no matter the size and scope of a project, our dedication and commitment to delivering the highest quality production is unsurpassed.

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