Whether you are working on your first screenplay or you've got several under your belt, this workshop will help you hone your craft and better understand the business of screenwriting. Award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker Susan Kouguell will cover key elements of screenwriting including analysis of structure, plot, characters, story ideas, dialogue genre, and underlying themes. This webinar promises to be a great primer for anyone wanting to learn about the craft of dramatic writing, how to write for the screen, and how to market your work. Leading this webinar is Susan Kouguell, author of THE SAVVY SCREENWRITER: How to Sell Your Screenplay (and Yourself) Without Selling Out! Susan is a leading authority on screenwriting. Her writing has appeared in Indiewire/SydneysBuzz, The Script Lab, Screenwriters Utopia, Script Magazine, among others. It has also been featured in NOW WRITE! Screenwriting: Exercises by Today's Best Screenwriters, Teachers and Consultants and MovieMaker Magazine's Complete Guide to Making Movies.
and long time History Matter/Back to the Future champion
Kathleen Chalfant - join History Matters/Back to the Future for a staged reading of the 2016 Judith Barlow Prize winning one-act play.
Friday, April 29th at 7:00 PM
WP Theater at the McGinn/Cazale
(2162 Broadway at 76th Street, NYC 10024)
HER OWN DEVICES
By Lindsay Adams
Directed by Jade King Carroll
Inspired by Mary Chase's Pulitzer Prize winning Harvey, Her Own Devices shares the story of Madeleine, a young girl with a rare autoimmune disorder that forces her to spend her life in a lab, as doctors run endless tests. She copes with the help of her imaginary friend Robot, and ultimately must decide whether or not to leave the only home she's known.
A wine and cheese reception will follow the play reading.
The reading is free and will be live streamed on Howlround.com/tv
HISTORY MATTERS/BACK TO THE FUTURE promotes the study and production of women's plays of the past in colleges and universities and theatres throughout the country and encourage responses to those plays from contemporary women playwrights.