How to Craft a Personal Theatrical Narrative
with E.M. Lewis
In this hands-on playwriting workshop, students will participate in a guided brainstorming exercise, then learn a simple way of crafting their own story into a theatrical presentation. In-class writing will culminate in participants sharing a simplified, structured version of their story, that can be built upon later or used as a template for creating their own one-person show.
April 18 – Sunday (1 Class)
Suggested Accompanying Class: Radical Playwriting, Developing Solo Work, Book Club: BIPOC Playwrights Take On …, Acting I, Acting II, The Art of Acting, or Public Speaking for Everyone
E. M. Lewis is an award-winning playwright, teacher, and opera librettist. Her work has been produced around the world, and published by Samuel French. Lewis received the Steinberg Award for both How the Light Gets In and Song of Extinction,...read more
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