The Secrets of Story Structure program was recorded during a live seminar presented by co-creators of the Dramatica theory of story, Melanie Anne Phillips and Chris Huntley.

The seminar delves into the dramatic underpinnings of narrative structure and how to apply it to strengthen the impact of your novel or screenplay.

The concepts covered were incorporated into Dramatica software with the world’s only patented interactive Story Engine that cross-references your dramatic choices for your story to find holes and inconsistencies and suggest how to fix them.

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Volume Three, Part 12 - The Elements of a Scene

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The Elements of a Scene

We all have a feeling for a scene - a complete dramatic until with its own beginning, middle and end.  But what are the elements that make up that progression, and how can we be sure we have included them all?