Come listen to interpretations of a screenplay by Thomas Gatus. "In the early Middle Ages, a young man makes a promise to a dying king and suffers the wrath of an evil queen to fulfill his destiny, which includes a horde of gold, a chimera, a monastery, elves, clashing armies, reindeer, Sami (aka Laplanders) and, of course, a romance..."
I'm going to be at Carr's at 7pm in the bar. At 7:30pm everyone goes down to the basement to hear the reading. At the end of the reading, there's a Q and A with the writer. Don't be afraid to give your honest comments on the quality of writing! How else will writers learn?