Because I love Los Angeles theatre, I've decided to offer my upcoming script-writing workshop for just $9 per class ($36 total).
In olden times (2007-2012), people around the world would come together after the vernal equinox for a month of writing scripts. This orgiastic pagan ritual came to be known as "Script Frenzy."
Script Frenzy has gone the way of our forebears, but you don't have to let the tradition die. Join us this April for a four-week workshop that will help you transform your idea into a script.
Each week will focus on a topic: conflict, character, structure, and theme. Over four two-hour sessions, we'll use guided exercises, free-writing, and workshopping to help you generate and refine your story as you develop it into a feature, TV pilot, or play.
Script Frenzy is dead. Long live Script Frenzy!
CHRISTOPHER DeWAN has led writing workshops at UCLA, The New School, Emerson College, New York's School of Visual Arts, and the California State Summer School for the Arts, and he spent many years working in new play development at theaters including the McCarter, Manhattan Theatre Club, and the Mark Taper Forum. He has published over three dozen short stories and his screenwriting has been recognized by Final Draft, the PAGE Awards, Slamdance, and others. Learn more at http://christopherdewan.com.