Dates: March 18, 20 & 22, 2019
Time: 10AM to 3PM (15 hours total)
Fee: $45 (Please contact us if this fee would be a barrier to your participation)
Application deadline: February 24, 2019
This three-day workshop is aimed at playwrights who have a project they want to revisit—or have been chronically stuck on.
Ideal applicants are emerging/mid-career writers who may be familiar with Aristotle, Freytag, and Joseph Campbell, but haven’t read them in a while—or have found them unhelpful because they work in non-traditional modes. This workshop can be used to manipulate the thinkers mentioned above toward the playwright’s own unique, innovative, and bold artistic goals. Participants will also have the opportunity to hear (small selections) of their work read out loud and discussed rigorously using the tools being developed in this workshop.
This workshop will include:
- Overview of dramatic structure drawing from an eclectic variety of sources from antiquity to the modern day
- Prompts that may include some light writing exercises to share
- In-depth discussion, argument, and practice
How to Register:
Send applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Use subject line: Exploring Practice with Eric Micha Holmes
Deadline to Apply: February 24, 2019
Note: Please include your CV/Bio as well as brief paragraph explaining your interest in this training.
Eric Micha Holmes is a playwright and radio dramatist whose work has been heard on the BBC (“Care Inc.“) and seen at The National Black Theatre (“Mondo Tragic,”) The New Black Fest and MCC Theatre (“Pornplay; or, Blessèd Are The Meek, ”) and New York Theatre Workshop (“Nimpsey Pink.”). He’s a Dramatist Guild Fellow, Audible Award Recipient, and resident playwright of the National Black Theater.
His mono-play, “Walking Next To Michael Brown: Confessions Of A Tragic Mulatto,” was commissioned by The New Black Fest and has toured with Barrymore-Nominated “Hands Up: 7 Playwrights / 7 Testaments” to theatres across the country including: The Brooklyn Museum Of Art, The Red Door Theatre, Crowded Fire Theatre, The Museum Of The Moving Image, The Hansberry Project, and Flashpoint Theatre.
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