Screenwriter Aaron Williams will present two scripts for reading this month at “Help Words Come Alive”, hosted by CNY Arts Center. The group meets monthly for actors to read aloud screenplays and help screenwriters hear their words in real time. The next group meeting is Sept. 13.

FULTON - The writers/actors group “Help Words Come Alive” has announced screenwriter Aaron Williams will return to present two TV show spec scripts that he has written at the monthly table read, from 7-9 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13 at CNY Arts Center, 121 Cayuga St., Fulton.

The group meets monthly to read aloud screenplays in development. Actors help bring the words of the screenplay to life and offer screenwriters an invaluable ear to hear how their screenplays are developing. The group is facilitated by local screenwriter/actor Peter Mahan.

September’s group meeting will host Williams, having most recently presented in September of 2020 with a segment of a feature-length film script he wrote called, “Like and Survive.” He recently shared that he has gained interest from a production company for a Christmas-based feature he created, which he will present at CNY Arts Center later in the year.

At the September reading, Williams will share two original spec scripts he has written for Modern Family and The Office. “Dundywood Dreams,” and “King Jay the Worst” will each get a reading by actors who attend.

The event is free and open to the public. Writers and actors are invited to join for an evening of storytelling and networking with fellow creatives. Masks are encouraged for everyone.

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