Leah, Light, And Sound
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Leah, Light, And Sound

While in the midst of dealing with the death of her estranged father, ambitious theatre stage manager Leah Green (30) is unexpectedly dumped by her fiance and suddenly finds herself dependent on her relationships with a host of quirky friends, co-workers, and new suitors as she struggles to find success in both her career and love life.

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  1. Profile photo of David-Healey
    November 9, 2013, 8:06 pm
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    The main character Leah is interesting. The dialogue is well-done. But there does not seem to be much going on in the script other than a switch of jobs and sleeping around by the main character. The character Gabby seems to be mainly a comic friend with no depth or function in the story. The relationship between Leah and her mother does not seem to go anywhere. The abandonment of Leah by her father plays in at the very end with Grayson but does not seem to come to the front in dealing with Ty’s desertion of Leah. I don’t see any real character growth. The men in her relationships all seem callow or stereotypes – self-absorbed actor, eccentric writer, spoiled man-boy academic. Overall, I don’t see the point, and that may be where the script needs to be sharpened. Some good writing but no story.

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