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Craft stories with skill and pizzazz!
Playwriting courses for adults and youth age 13-18.
$125 for youth course (age 13-18 )
$300 for adult course
Limit 12 per course.
Submission process for admission.
SUBMIT NOW by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
May 28-July 30, Tuesdays, 6:30-8:00pm
Public presentation Aug 2, 7:00pm
Playwright-in-Residence and tenure track Ball State University professor Tom Horan teaches a detailed, creative, and active approach to writing, specifying techniques to tighten a script and drive the action to a compelling conclusion.
Submission: To be considered for the class, submit a one page cover letter discussing your experience with theater and writing (if any), why you would like to take the class, and what you hope to get out of the class along with a ten-page sample of your work (either a short play or an excerpt from a longer play).
Please note that the class is open to any and all writers interested in learning about playwriting; whether you’ve written in other forms, are new to playwriting, or you are already comfortable with the form, you are welcome!
April 6-May 11, Saturdays, 10am-11:30am
Novice writers join Artistic Manager Chelsea Anderson for six classes on beginning playwriting. Students learn exercises and techniques to tighten their writing as well as workshop their work for practical application of theories presented.
Submission: To be considered for the class, submit a five-page sample of your work. You may submit something you already have written, or write at least a five-page scene using the photo below as inspiration:
For any questions, please contact Artistic Manager Chelsea Anderson at email@example.com or by calling 317-635-2381, x4.
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