Dramatic Writing Workshop Creating Strong Dialogue & Conflict with Jordan Stovall

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Dramatic Writing Workshop Creating Strong Dialogue & Conflict with Jordan Stovall

49.00

Saturday, May 6 at 1pm – 4pm
1501 Broadway #701 NY 10036

From dramatic masterpieces like Angels in America, to top-selling contemporary works of fiction like Lincoln in the Bardo, time and again strong dialogue proves to be an essential part of good story-telling. The goal of this three-hour workshop is to equip writers of any background with necessary skillsets in developing an idea through the conception of character, structure, conflict, and dialogue. Participants should expect to analyze and discuss provided scenes from published plays in class, apply these concepts in writing exercises, and share/read each others’ work at the end of class. Each student will leave the workshop with a new piece of writing that may serve as the first step to a larger work, and are encouraged to keep in touch as they develop!

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JORDAN STOVALL currently serves as the Executive Assistant to Creative Affairs at the Dramatists Guild of America, the foremost organization of its kind advocating for the authors of new dramatic works across the nation. He has had the opportunity of studying with Tina Howe, Deborah Zoe Laufer, Michele Lowe, Gary Garrison, and Stefanie Zadravec at the Dramatists Guild Institute, where he also serves in an administrative capacity. Most recently, a reading of his play The Shades was presented as part of the Friday Night Footlights Series, with special assistance from the New York Deaf Theatre. He will be a participant in the Hamilton Project residency at the Barn Arts Collective in Maine this July. www.jordanstovall.com