Class Type: Playwriting Craft Class Level: Beginner to Intermediate
When: Thursdays, February 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th from 6 pm - 9 pm CST
(4pm PST, 5pm MST, 7pm EST)
Where: Online via Zoom, check out this quick video on the process.
Structure: Lecture, discussion, in-class workshopping
Participants must register to join this class, Sign Up at the bottom of the page.
Do you have an early draft play you don't know what to do with? This class is designed to help playwrights dissect the stories they've already created—whether completed first draft or a strong outline—and find a vision for moving forward. This class will give you strategies to open your play, discover its mechanics, reveal its strengths, and progress the play into its newest form. Through group discussion, reading and re-writing, this class will help you find the play your first draft wants to be.
This is the class for you if you:
You'd like to take another look at one of your completed first drafts or story outlines
You want to hear about different ways of thinking about revision
You want to know more about the revising process
Important Things to Note:
There are 4 scheduled sessions
Payment plans are available as needed, please contact Alayna to discuss
Marvin González De León is a first-generation Mexican-American playwright and educator whose work has been produced and developed at Arizona State University, Teatro Bravo, Teatro del Pueblo, The Playwrights Realm, Page 73 Productions, the Playwrights’ Center. His fellowships at the Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis include the McKnight Fellowship in Playwriting (2020-2021), Core Writer Fellowship (2019-2023), and the Many Voices Fellowship (2018-2019). He is a member of the 2020 Interstate 73 Writers Group at Page 73 and is a 2020-2021 Virtual Realm Mentee with the Playwrights Realm. González De León graduated from Arizona State University with an MFA in Dramatic writing in 2017 and teaches there part-time.
Questions? Email Membership Programs Associate, Alayna Barnes, at email@example.com