Tue, Apr 11|
Character, Conflict, and Story [Digital Workshop]
Taught by Playwright, Don Zolidis; Hosted by The Dramatists Guild of America
Time & Location
Apr 11, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT
About the event
*** Only for Writers 13-19 years old ***
Description: Learn how to tend to the three essential elements of any play, whether it is full-length or short: character, conflict, and story.
About the instructor: Don Zolidis is a playwright, novelist, and educator originally hailing from Wisconsin. He holds a B.A. in English from Carleton College and an MFA in playwriting from the Actor’s Studio Program at the New School University. Don spent eight years teaching high school and middle school theater, and for the past decade has been the most-produced playwright in American schools. His more than one hundred published plays have been produced nearly 20,000 times, appearing in every state, every Canadian province, and 68 countries around the world. His first novel, THE SEVEN TORMENTS OF AMY AND CRAIG (A LOVE STORY) was published in 2018 and translated into seven languages. His second book, WAR AND SPEECH, appeared in 2020 and has just been released in paperback. He currently splits his time between Austin, Texas and New York.
About the host: The Dramatists Guild of America is the national, professional membership trade association of theatre writers, including playwrights, composers, lyricists, and librettists. https://www.dramatistsguild.com/