This workshop is an exciting way to work on writing your play. We explore the use of improvisation as a tool to creating scripted work. Using your written pages, ideas or scenarios we will read and improvise in support of character and story development.
Still in the conceptual stage of your play?
Learn how improvisation can help flesh out your idea and jumpstart a full scene. Anything is possible. Participants will be actors and improvisors who want to write as well as writers who are open to exploring their work in this way.
Led by Kristine Niven, Artistic Co-Director Emerita, ANDTheatre Company.
Email us at ANDReservations@gmail.com for questions
This is a pay-what-you-can zoom workshop with a $15 suggested donation. For a convenient payment method, check here!
Improv-to-Script Master Workshop meets regularly with the goal of using improv to create or heighten scripted material. It’s not a class, it’s a group of high-quality people (writers, directors, actors & improvisers) getting together to jam improvisationally for each other’s benefit.
The result is scripted material – full plays, short plays, screen plays, teleplays, sketches, you know, scenes with dialogue. Confrontations, negotiations, drama. OK, a laugh or two might be involved, but pieces with characters and stories and stakes. Led by prominent playwright, Jeffrey Sweet, this workshop is by invitation only.
To be considered, please e-mail us at ANDReservations@gmail.com.