A Genre umbrella, somewhere, is needed. I know Dramatica is beyond genre, but I want to write a Comedy screenplay with my husband, the donator of his life experience for it. I might have questions about storyforming expectations for comedy, etc. I saw an interview on TCM with Ed Solomon, the screenwriter for the first Men in Black. He was talking about a writer having to determine a genre, for a successful pitch to the producers and a successful tool for the actors. As an interesting aside, he learned with this film that if an actor cuts lines, the actor was usually right. From my acting experience, I could see the writer, providing tons of dialogue, gives the actor beats and insights, which might be more effective with looks or body language. It might need a different title than Genre, though. Maybe, different titles like Comedy, Action, Mystery, etc. would work as well.