Autopsy Script Workshop

$ 5.00

Sunday • April • 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. • The Palace Picture House

Who needs wet t-shirts, tapped kegs, and sand in your crack when you’ve got a kick-ass script from a popular flick, amazing surprise (and likely inebriated) guests reading it, and the kind of ‘Anything Goes’ policy that would make Ferris Bueller blush?

Scripts Gone Wild: Chattanooga Spring Break XXX Edition is a one shot live reading of the beloved 1987 classic, SUMMER SCHOOL. From writer Jeff Franklin (dude who created Full House) and director Carl Reiner (dude who created Rob Reiner), Summer School inspired teenagers everywhere to wear Hawaiian shirts, watch The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, and do everything in their power to avoid a classroom in June. I mean—Mr. Shoop is cool and all, but nobody wants to be sitting in a classroom when they could be riding some bodacious waves.

Who’s reading this gnarly piece of literature, you ask? THAT is the surprise. Rest assured it will be the crème-de-la-crème of visiting filmmakers and special guests—we’re throwing a bunch of creative peeps on stage, shoving a script in their hand, and watching the magic happen. The date is Sunday April 9th. The time is 2:30 p.m. The cost is $5. The prediction is your butt in a seat.

Autopsy Script Workshop

$ 5.00

Sunday • April • 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. • The Palace Picture House

Who needs wet t-shirts, tapped kegs, and sand in your crack when you’ve got a kick-ass script from a popular flick, amazing surprise (and likely inebriated) guests reading it, and the kind of ‘Anything Goes’ policy that would make Ferris Bueller blush?

Scripts Gone Wild: Chattanooga Spring Break XXX Edition is a one shot live reading of the beloved 1987 classic, SUMMER SCHOOL. From writer Jeff Franklin (dude who created Full House) and director Carl Reiner (dude who created Rob Reiner), Summer School inspired teenagers everywhere to wear Hawaiian shirts, watch The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, and do everything in their power to avoid a classroom in June. I mean—Mr. Shoop is cool and all, but nobody wants to be sitting in a classroom when they could be riding some bodacious waves.

Who’s reading this gnarly piece of literature, you ask? THAT is the surprise. Rest assured it will be the crème-de-la-crème of visiting filmmakers and special guests—we’re throwing a bunch of creative peeps on stage, shoving a script in their hand, and watching the magic happen. The date is Sunday April 9th. The time is 2:30 p.m. The cost is $5. The prediction is your butt in a seat.