The Dallas-Fort Worth Local's Script2Screen program will be presenting a LIVE table read. Members are invited to submit for this one-time read. The live read will be produced on one of the following days: March 23, March 30 or April 6.

The Happily Ever After Pill 
a faith-based romantic comedy by Andrew Librizzi of Pathlight Entertainment

Seeking performers able to portray:

DR. FRANCIS MARTIN (30-40): L.A. psychiatrist who considers his own Obsessive Compulsive Disorder “quite useful” in his life. It pushes him "like a mad-man with a whistle” and “it could always be neutralized through any number of pharmaceuticals.” Now, he’s hoping a medical prescription can save his marriage to Abigal Martin.

ABIGAL MARTIN (30-40): Wife of Dr. Francis Martin, L.A.’s newest love doctor, and daughter of Mary Jane Jones, a famous feminist activist who taught her brother to cook instead of me as a statement against a chauvinistic society’s dictation of sexist roles. Abigal is a soft-spoken English teacher, but not for long after she discovers that Dr. Martin’s promised extraordinary garden was made of rocks. 

FRANKIE (THE FIRST) MARTINELLI (60-70): One-time, hard-nosed, featherweight Italian boxer-turned-head gardener of the Goldberg estate

THE EVE GRAYSON KRUPNICK (60-70): Aging sixties, silver screen sex goddess, Miss Forty Carrot Love wants to sail off on the intimate journey of PSYCHO-therapy with Dr. Francis Martin. (Loosely based on Zsa Zsa Gabor)

WALTER KRUPNICK (60-70): Married to The Eve Grayson, Walter Krupnick, a wealthy, big-time movie producer, has been “much married” too many times to remember. His interest in Dr Martin’s happily-ever-after pill is more financial self-defense. (Think Wallace Shawn in Princess Bride)

Submission instructions: Please email headshot and resume to with subject line HAPPILY EVER AFTER PILL. Include your availability for the following dates: March 23, March 30 and April 6.

To participate in this read, one must be a member in good standing (paid thru April 30, 2019) and a member of one of the Texas locals. Script2Screen is an unpaid stage performance presented to a live audience. Casting will be based on vocal quality and characterizations. We are committed to diverse, inclusive casting. For every role, please submit qualified performers, without regard to race, age, color, national origin, sexual orientation or gender identity, disability or any other basis prohibited by law, unless otherwise specifically indicated.


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