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I am a writer/musician/composer who lives in Baltimore, MD. I have won two Individual Artist Awards in scriptwriting from the Maryland State Arts Council. My one-act play, "Mr. Mahler Finds a Dollar," won Baltimore's Artscape98 one-act play contest. Other one-act plays include, "After Thoughts," "The Men's Room," and "If God Had Meant for Man to Fly..." My full-length musical, "Spies of Life," is still looking for a producer.
I served one year as Chief Writer for 'Radio Showcase', writing short skits and entertaining advertising for a local radio variety show that aired out of Hagerstown, MD, in 1998. I also wrote restaurant reviews for CitySearch.com and served four (nonconsecutive) terms as president of the Maryland Writers' Association. I am currently working on screenplays.
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Plays, screenplays, articles, songs

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At 8:28am on September 11, 2008, John Leslie Butchart said…
Good to have you here, Scott. //Les
At 1:01am on September 12, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
It's good to see you here, Scott. There are lots of wonderful people to meet.
At 12:10pm on September 14, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
Thanks so much, Scott, for your kind and enthusiastic words. I'm glad you liked the story. I was afraid this one wouldn't find a home, so I was very happy when it was accepted for the anthology.
At 8:46pm on September 16, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
Congratulations on the productions of your one-act plays. I especially enjoyed "After Thoughts." The Laurel Mill Theater did a great job.

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