Movie Midwifing

NR Directed by Various.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Thu., Sept. 19, 2002

Winners of the Movie MIdwifing's statewide screenwriting contest will have their scripts read by professional actors on Thursdays through mid-October. Sept. 19: The Hole Thing by Michele Stanush; Sept. 26: What the Doctor Ordered by John L. Shea III ("A quirky romantic comedy about a man who sues his HMO for denial of benefits when his doctor prescribes true love."); Oct. 3: Letty’s Prayer by Bernadette Nason ("When a poor teenage Haitian girl living in New Orleans needs a new dress for the prom, she steals one from a dead body - with dire consequences."); Oct. 10: Visions of Oz by Scott Miles ("a post-modern look at The Wizard of Oz"). Post-performance, the audience is invited to share comments and criticism. For more info, visit

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