A play or a screenplay and any variation in-between has a certain element to it that transcends traditional literature. They are meant to be experienced visually with auditory aid and vibrant atmosphere. No matter how much a piece of literature may induce the feeling of imagination, nothing is as enticing as seeing words come into real life through actors. The truest form of imagination happens where the imagination of the consumer is used, but the truest form of consumption happens when the consumer can see everything in front of them and take every little bit into their mouths and divulge themselves to what they have invested in.
My Archive of Plays:
White Noise: http://wp.me/p6oCGV-bh
Carpie Diem: http://wp.me/p6oCGV-bF