It does not indicate as in previous filings as the information is not listed that "Evergreen Clause" leases with the automatic 12 extra payments were the main profit, primarily in the copier field. In the last three years, it has continued its leadership in small ticket marketing, as well as taking advantage of "Evergreen Clauses," automatically throwing leases into an additional 12 months when the customers is not aware of the payments made. Originally, a broker oriented group born out of Advanta Leasing, under the direction of Dan Dyer the company has changed direction, acquiring an industrial bank for funds, trying factor, mortgage loans, business loans, and becoming the first to exit the broker market to emphasize direct sales. Recently the company went back to a limited indirect market allowing up to twenty independent brokers to submit transactions.
These go across the top of the page. Do NOT put the page number at the bottom of a page--that only slows down tech crew and cast from paging through the script to get to a specific page. Old time radio scripts would use a period after the page number Include program and episode titles on your script in case somebody drops their script pages in a production featuring several sketches or commercials.
Many troupes don't use staples to hold their scripts together, so pages can get out of order. I use one staple in the top left corner and instruct my actors on how to turn script pages quietly--slowly flip the page over. Don't ruffle the paper and make a sound.
If a script page is revised after the printed scripts have been given to cast and crew, indicate REVISED on the new page, so they can substitute the new pages for the old ones. You may also want to add a date, in case there are future revisions.
New pages inserted into a script after printing can be designated by adding a letter after the page number. So the paging might go 48, 49, A, B, 50, 51, etc. For drop-in ads or announcements, I suggest creating separate pages with their own numbering scheme. This way they can be altered or added at the last minute and not affect the page numbering scheme of the dramatic script.
All spacing is up to you. For these headings, use a small plain font like 8-point Arial and give the page heading a bit of space separating it from the script text so actors won't get confused as they turn to a new page and begin speaking their lines.
Footers Footers at the bottom of the page can be used to indicate the production company, the writer's contact info, or to display the date or revision number of the script. Make sure there's sufficient space between the script text and the footer. Again a small 8-point Arial font here will help differentiate the footer from the scripted cues.
Radio City CA - email something. They indicate the scene number, description of the scene's location, and time of day. A scene is some dramatic action that takes place somewhere.
If one scene ends and then there is a narrator who leads you into another scene, put that narrator's cues in the middle--between the two scenes.
For eons, mankind strove to touch the stars. Little by little, they leapfrogged from planet to planet If we switch from one location to another and then the narrator begins speaking, put that narrator in the latter scene. Moxie awoke to find herself back on board the Trident Station Like all other script text as opposed to headers and footers this should normally be in a point New Courier Font that has been bolded to photocopy better.
Other fonts can be OK--the point font size is often handy for older actors--but I strive for the traditional look of old-time-radio scripts, plus the New Courier font has enough serifs to make for easy reading in a live performance.
All cues for dialogue, music and sound effects are double-spaced, to allow for easy reading on the fly and notes or new lines added in rehearsal. Scene Numbers Scenes are numbered to easily identify them. There may be six scenes set on Zorg's Earthship.
Numbering scenes keeps them distinct from one another for discussions, rehearsals, and direction. I need the background ambiance of beeps and such to be greatly reduced from all the other scenes set on that Earthship Without this brief description, everybody must try to figure out the setting and time of day based upon dialogue or sound effects cues.
The listener may never hear these scene headings in your drama, so some writers think it's unnecessary. However, when this information is missing in the script, it must be supplied verbally in meetings and rehearsal--sometimes repeatedly.
When I've scored or created sound effects for scripts missing the scene headings, I've had a hard time determining where a scene takes place.
Don't make anybody have to guess the setting. They could guess wrong and thus misinterpret your drama. Save time and trouble by describing the setting here--and make it brief. This instruction may suggest background sounds that are not indicated in a sound effects cue--like coyotes for an outdoor scene at night.
It also keeps the timeline straight for actors trying to imagine the scene in their heads.
The idea here is be quickly set the scene for the players and technicians. This way the actors, who may be sitting away from the microphone, can see that their lines are coming up and get to the microphone in time.
In live radio broadcasts, you don't want actors missing their cues.The Florida iridis-photo-restoration.com’s Rich Capparela is a wonderful iridis-photo-restoration.com afternoon drive show on the Classical station is always a treat. Earlier this week, he played . 24 February With the boiler now replaced in the frames Lady of Legend has been moved back into the lifting shop where final adjustments and assembly are under way.
The cab roof and front will shortly be reassembled and the boiler cladding sheets will be fitted. There is much more to college life than classes, homework, and exams. The Office of Student Activities at Northwestern State University aims to enhance the college experience of all students through student organizations, activities, traditions, athletic events, and much more!
Posts about clock written by michaelnoll1. Writing Exercises Inspired by Contemporary Stories. Search. Read to Write Stories.
The Writer’s Field Guide to the Craft of Fiction; Exercises and Prompts. How to Find a Premise for a Story; The Writing Exercise. This Foldable Time Writing clock visual aid, is a great way to view both the digital and analogue time, all in a handy flap book, which can .
Printable Paper Clock Template | Crafts Ideas for Kids. Discover ideas about Clock Face Printable. Printable Paper Clock Template – Craft Ideas for Kids.
Clock Face Printable A worksheet for second graders to practice individually telling and writing. By the end of this worksheet, students will be able to create times centered around the.