Not in our wildest dreams did we think we'd receive so many scripts: over 200 at the latest count (and three new poly-boards to accommodate them!) I've near blinded myself by reading through the first three acts this afternoon and we have been enjoying excerpts including: the bit where the model's face goes on fire; her 'growling stomach'; the ominous Rhodesian Ridgebacks in the bed and let's not forget the man in the pinstriped suit with the eye patch and red wig!
For the most part, the submissions are great reading. But one observation, if I may. It is clear that you are all enjoying writing about the aspects of the industry that you know about: the clothes, the make-up, the gossip, the Polaroids... But these are all things we show on every live shoot. How about something unexpected, surreal, outrageous even? We are completely open to moments of abstraction, so we'd like you to reconsider the following scenes with a little more 'artistic licence': Act I, Scene 3 (currently a bit flat); Act II, Scenes 4 & 5 (surely a daydream and a movie are great opportunities for something more imaginative?); the whole of Act III is currently a bit 'Blow Up' (maybe it needs something totally alien to spice it up?).
I've not got to Act IV yet and will get back to you when I do, but this should give you enough to go on for now. Good luck!