Dramatic Writing for Stage & Screen

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Dramatic Writing for Stage & Screen

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If you’re interested in developing your craft as a dramatic writer, then this is the course for you. While plays, screenplays, and TV scripts differ in a number of ways, they share many of the same foundational elements. In this six-hour course, students will learn to identify and analyze those elements in existing texts, while beginning to utilize them in their own writing through in-class exercises. This is a great class if you’re just starting out as a dramatic writer or if you’ve been writing for a while and want to review the basics.

  • Instructor: Edith Freni

  • Length of workshop: 2 weeks

  • Dates: Thursdays, Sept. 27 and Oct. 4

  • Time: 7 - 9 p.m.

  • Location: Humanities Tennessee offices, 807 Main Street, Ste. B, 37206

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About the Instructor:

Edith Freni holds both her BFA and MFA from NYU’s Department of Dramatic Writing. Her work has been produced and developed at theaters across the country. She was the inaugural Emory University Playwriting Fellow from 2014-16; a 2015-16 Ingram New Works Lab resident playwright at Nashville Repertory Theater; the recipient a fellowship at the 2016 Sewanee Writers' Conference and served as the 2016-18 Tennessee Williams Playwright-in-Residence at The University of the South in Sewanee, TN. For all else: www.edithfreni.com