Newsmaker: Steve Cuden
Noteworthy: Delivered a presentation on the topic of creating memorable scenes at the annual Women in Film and Television International Summit in Pittsburgh.
Residence: Squirrel Hill
Occupation: Assistant professor at Point Park University in cinema arts, specializing in screen writing. Author of “Beating Broadway: How to Create Stories for Musicals That Get Standing Ovations.” Co-creator of “Jekyll & Hyde, The Musical.”
Education: B.A., theatre, University of Southern California, 1978; M.F.A., screenwriting, University of California, Los Angeles, 2010.
Quote: “Pittsburgh has become a destination location for motion picture makers of all kinds, TV and film. Part of it has to do with our tax credits, which I hope the state continues to back, and part has to do with the fact that we have spectacular locations all over this area.”
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