WriteGirl Event Taps Hollywood Actors and Screenwriters to Support Young, Female Writers

  • Variety
WriteGirl Event Taps Hollywood Actors and Screenwriters to Support Young, Female Writers
Actors and screenwriters came together Saturday night to support the young women involved in WriteGirl at the organization’s annual Lights, Camera, WriteGirl! event.

The organization empowers girls to share their voices with a community of female writers. In the Linwood Dunn Theater in Hollywood, Calif., scenes and monologues written by the girls earlier in the day were performed by actors Keiko Agena (“Gilmore Girls”), Kelsey Scott (“How To Get Away with Murder”), Aasha Davis (“Friday Night Lights”), Adam Tsekhman (“Legends of Tomorrow”), and Ted Cannon (“Justified”).

The scenes ranged from comical discussion between a health conscious father and his junk-food-loving daughter to an emotional monologue where a boy wished he was no longer invisible. After the skits, a panel of screenwriters provided commentary about the writing style.

Executive director of WriteGirl Keren Taylor said that during the day the mentors and girls focus on “getting away from clichés, talking
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