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Now that this initial step is eliminated, readers from around the country will have time to read all of the 250-300 scripts they're expecting. Like last year, each full script will be read by at least two readers, and a group of finalists (last year it was 45-50) will each be read by at least two people in the nine-member selection committee. More top professionals reading scripts means more exposure for young writers.

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