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GH: Script Writers and Directors for 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

JANUARY: 17

 

 

 

January 4- BDW- Barbara Bloom; SW- Scott Sickles; D- Allison Reames Smith

January 5- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- Lisa Seidman; D- Phideaux Xavier

January 7- BDW- ---------------; SW- Kate Hall; D- Phideaux Xavier

January 8- BDW- ---------------; SW- Scott Sickles; D- Larry Carpenter

January 11- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- Lisa Seidman; D- Tina Keller

January 12- BDW- Barbara Bloom; SW- David Rupel; D- Gary Tomlin

January 13- BDW- Anna Theresa Cascio; SW- Charlotte Gibson; D- William Ludel

January 15- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- Scott Sickles; D- Larry Carpenter

January 18- BDW- ---------------; SW- Lisa Seidman; D- Larry Carpenter

January 19- BDW- ---------------; SW- Kate Hall; D- William Ludel

January 21- BDW- Suzanne Flynn; SW- Kate Hall; D- Gary Tomlin

January 22- BDW- Anna Theresa Cascio; SW- Charlotte Gibson; D- Denise Van Cleave

January 25- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- Lisa Seidman; D- Larry Carpenter

January 26- BDW- Barbara Bloom; SW- David Rupel; D- Tina Keller

January 27- BDW- ---------------; SW- Kate Hall; D- Phideaux Xavier

January 28- BDW- ---------------; SW- David Rupel; D- Phideaux Xavier

January 29- BDW- Anna Theresa Cascio; SW- Lisa Seidman; D- Gary Tomlin

 

 

 

Barbara Bloom: 3

Anna Theresa Cascio: 3

Suzanne Flynn: 1

Lucky Gold: 4

BDW- ---------------: 6

 

 

 

Charlotte Gibson: 2

Kate Hall: 4

David Rupel: 3

Lisa Seidman: 5

Scott Sickles: 3

 

 

 

Larry Carpenter: 4

Tina Keller: 2

William Ludel: 2

Allison Reames Smith: 1

Gary Tomlin: 3

Denise Van Cleave: 1

Phideaux Xavier: 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

FEBRUARY: 16

 

 

 

February 1- BDW- Suzanne Flynn; SW- Charlotte Gibson; D- Denise Van Cleave

February 2- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- Scott Sickles; D- Larry Carpenter

February 3- BDW- Barbara Bloom; SW- Kate Hall; D- William Ludel

February 4- BDW- ---------------; SW- David Rupel; D- Tina Keller

February 5- BDW- Barbara Bloom; SW- David Rupel; D- Frank Valentini

February 8- BDW- Anna Theresa Cascio; SW- Charlotte Gibson; D- Phideaux Xavier

February 15- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- Kate Hall; D- Robert Markham

February 16- BDW- Suzanne Flynn; SW- Scott Sickles; D- Allison Reames Smith

February 17- BDW- ---------------; SW- David Rupel; D- Gary Tomlin

February 18- BDW- Suzanne Flynn; SW- Charlotte Gibson; D- Denise Van Cleave

February 19- BDW- Anna Theresa Cascio; SW- Kate Hall; D- Allison Reames Smith

February 22- BDW- Anna Theresa Cascio; SW- David Rupel; D- William Ludel

February 23- BDW- Barbara Bloom; SW- Scott Sickles; D- Tina Keller

February 24- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- Lisa Seidman; D- Denise Van Cleave

February 25- BDW- ---------------; SW- Lisa Seidman; D- Phideaux Xavier

February 26- BDW- Suzanne Flynn; SW- Charlotte Gibson; D- Phideaux Xavier

 

 

 

Barbara Bloom: 3

Anna Theresa Cascio: 3

Suzanne Flynn: 4

Lucky Gold: 3

BDW- ---------------: 3

 

 

 

Charlotte Gibson: 4

Kate Hall: 3

David Rupel: 4

Lisa Seidman: 2

Scott Sickles: 3

 

 

 

Larry Carpenter: 1

Tina Keller: 2

William Ludel: 2

Robert Markham: 1

Allison Reames Smith: 2

Gary Tomlin: 1

Frank Valentini: 1

Denise Van Cleave: 3

Phideaux Xavier: 3

 

 

 

MARCH: 22

 

March 1- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- David Rupel; D- Gary Tomlin

March 2- BDW- Barbara Bloom; SW- Scott Sickles; D- Robert Markham

March 3- BDW- Anna Theresa Cascio; SW- Lisa Seidman; D- Phideaux Xavier

March 4- BDW- ---------------; SW- Kate Hall; D- Phideaux Xavier

March 5- BDW- Anna Theresa Cascio; SW- David Rupel; D- William Ludel

March 8- BDW- Suzanne Flynn; SW- Charlotte Gibson; D- Tina Keller

March 9- BDW- Barbara Bloom; SW- Scott Sickles; D- Denise Van Cleave

March 10- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- Lisa Seidman; D- Gary Tomlin

March 11- BDW- ---------------; SW- Kate Hall; D- Gary Tomlin

March 12- BDW- Barbara Bloom; SW- Lisa Seidman; D- Tina Keller

March 15- BDW- Anna Theresa Cascio; SW- Kate Hall; D- William Ludel

March 16- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- David Rupel; D- Denise Van Cleave

March 17- BDW- Suzanne Flynn; SW- Scott Sickles; D- Phideaux Xavier

March 18- BDW- ---------------; SW- Charlotte Gibson; D- Phideaux Xavier

March 19- BDW- ---------------; SW- Elizabeth Korte; D- Denise Van Cleave

March 22- BDW- Suzanne Flynn; SW- Charlotte Gibson; D- Allison Reames Smith

March 23- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- David Rupel; D- Phideaux Xavier

March 24- BDW- Anna Theresa Cascio; SW- Lisa Seidman; D- Phideaux Xavier

March 26- BDW- ---------------; SW- Kate Hall; D- Tina Keller

March 29- BDW- Suzanne Flynn; SW- Scott Sickles; D- Gary Tomlin

March 30- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- David Rupel; D- Denise Van Cleave

March 31- BDW- Suzanne Flynn; SW- Charlotte Gibson; D- Gary Tomlin

 

Barbara Bloom: 3

Anna Theresa Cascio: 4

Suzanne Flynn: 5

Lucky Gold: 5

BDW- ---------------: 5

 

Charlotte Gibson: 4

Kate Hall: 4

Elizabeth Korte: 1

David Rupel: 5

Lisa Seidman: 4

Scott Sickles: 4

 

Tina Keller: 3

William Ludel: 2

Robert Markham: 1

Allison Reames Smith: 1

Gary Tomlin: 5

Denise Van Cleave: 4

Phideaux Xavier: 6

 

 

APRIL:

 

April 1- BDW- Anna Theresa Cascio; SW- Scott Sickles; D- Allison Reames Smith

April 2- BDW- Lucky Gold; SW- Kate Hall; D- Denise Van Cleave

 

 

YEAR TOTAL: 55

 

Barbara Bloom: 9

Anna Theresa Cascio: 10

Suzanne Flynn: 10

Lucky Gold: 12

BDW- ---------------: 14

 

Charlotte Gibson: 10

Kate Hall: 11

Elizabeth Korte: 1

David Rupel: 12

Lisa Seidman: 11

Scott Sickles: 10

 

Larry Carpenter: 5

Tina Keller: 7

William Ludel: 6

Robert Markham: 2

Allison Reames Smith: 4

Gary Tomlin: 9

Frank Valentini: 1

Denise Van Cleave: 8

Phideaux Xavier: 13

 

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