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For example, Tom Shade and Michael Gray, co-artistic directors of City Theater Company of Wilmington (DE), where I am the resident playwright, read new drafts of my plays on a regular basis. Copyright notices are placed either below the address field on the right, or left aligned on the first line of the address block.
I would hate to have to tell Tom or Michael, "the latest draft is the one 92 pages long, not 94 pages." Printing a date on a script, while technically serving as distinguishing, has the negative impact of dating your work. There are two schools of thought on whether to put a copyright notice on the title page.
Being something of a minimalist, my title page might look something like this... Print it right justified (in the right half of the page) and as close to the bottom margin as you can get without wrapping onto the next page (or your agent's contact information, if you have representation).
The Rules: Should you put the draft number or the date on your script?
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