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“Plunge” written by Lance Roger Axt

"Plunge"

The comedy short screenplay, Plunge, is an official selection of the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2017.

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  • Category: Short Screenplay
  • Screenwriter: Lance Roger Axt
  • Tagline: “An average Joe is ready to jump back into the world of dating... or he will be once he extricates himself from the narrator "telling" his story.”
  • Review: "A strange twist to a dating comedy, the main character breaks the third wall and things become unconventional. Lance does a great job of making you wonder what comes next."

 Writer's Biography: Lance Roger Axt

Originally a classically trained actor, Lance is an audio dramatist (producer, actor, and writer) through his commercial production company Pocket Universe Productions. P.U.P. and its AudioComics division adapts creator-owned comic books, graphic novels, comic strips, realted genre fiction, pulp magazines, and webcomics into high-impact high-quality full-cast “audio movies.”

Through P.U.P. he was a producer and actor on the audio dramas THE X-FILES: COLD CASES and THE X-FILES: STOLEN LIVES for Audible Studios (starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson), LOCKE & KEY for Audible Studios (starring Tatiana Maslany and Haley Joel Osment), and SIGHT UNSEEN for the Wondery Podcast Network which he also created and wrote.

Early career

Lance was a member of the National Audio Theatre Festivals, an organization dedicated to the education and promotion of modern audio theatre, from 2002 to 2013, through which he
produced the 2011 “Audio Art of Animation” weekend workshop in Hollywood, and is one of the co-creators of the Norman Corwin Award for Excellence in Audio Theatre (the only award of its kind in America, which was presented to Mr. Corwin on his 100th birthday).

He is currently writing a full-length screenplay for producer/actor Thyme Lewis, a full-length stage play, and developing the second season of SIGHT UNSEEN for production in 2018.

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