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Celtx: Open Source Screenwriting Beginner's guide by Ralph Roberts

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Audio play elements

A Celtx audio play script contains eight possible script elements: Scene Heading, Production Note, Character, Dialog, Parenthetical, Sound, Voice, and Music.

The drop-down menu at the top of the main Audio Play script window works just like those in the three previous scripts we've looked at—Film, Audio-Visual, and Theatre (in each of the three previous chapters respectively).

Scene heading: Umm, calling them scenes in a radio play might seem sort of counterintuitive (means "not logical, Spock"). By now, we've seen how scenes are used in movies, plays, and even audio-visual productions to describe and show action. Well, we do exactly that in writing a radio play scene, except all the action takes place inside the listener's head. ...

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