. Now that you have the idea for your script it is time to start developing parts of your story. You might have trouble naming characters or thinking of settings for your story. Let me help you figure that important information out. Now it’s time to discuss how many characters you want and where the settings of the story will take place. When I wrote my script I limited the characters in my story to five. Having a lot of characters can be hard because you need to create speaking parts for all of them in the script. You want to make sure every character is unique and has different qualities. I identified my characters with names of my friends and random names that I just put together just in case you were wondering how I came up with my character names.
When it comes to writing a script you want to be very specific. You might have a hard time trying to narrow down your setting. Think of places you have been and have knowledge of the surrounding area you may use in your setting. When I wrote my script my main setting was Philadelphia and I used specific places in Philadelphia such as Center City, Society Hill, and Fishtown. This part of the process should not take you that long to create. The next blog will talk about starting the actual script. If you have any questions you can comment or email and I will gladly help you.