This workshop gives you a chance, working with a small group of fellow participants, to write a script, rehearse and perform it for a public reading (invite your friends and family!). Each participant will create a character who wants something different from the others, causing dramatic conflict. E. Bonnie Lewis and Ken Gilbert, founders of DramaDogs Theater Company, will give hints about creating and embodying characters and will work with groups after the scripts are drafted. Final product: a rehearsed staged reading to be performed at the end of the evening.
4:45 - 7:00 pm -- writing workshop
7:00 - 7:45 pm -- private reception for workshop participants
8:00 - 9:30 pm -- public reading (library will re-open and workshop participants will have an opportunity to read their work in the Fireplace Room)
Workshop FacilitatorAmong Jinny Webber’s plays are three performed in the Faulkner Gallery by DramaDogs: Tales of Woo and Woe, based on Shakespeare; Qualities of Mercy, based on SB Reads’ Just Mercy, and From Eve’s Fair Hand, co-written by Terre Ouwehand. Professor Emerita in English from SBCC, she now teaches for the OLLI extended learning program of CSUCI. Her historical novels include The Secret Player and Dark Venus, available on Amazon.