Playwriting 101 for POC Part 2
4300 N. California Avenue
Chicago, IL 60618
Sunday, June 9
4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
This donation based workshop is for those who wish to continue what we started at the Playwriting POCs workshop at The Goodman on May 16th. We will review the basics of playwriting and build up to writing short plays and more. HANA center is kindly donating their space. Proceeds go to Sue Pak for her valuable time and wisdom. You may zelle quickpay her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Suggested donation is $20, but no person of color wanting to learn playwriting will be turned away.
And of course, please feel to bring a friend who might be interested in playwriting as well!
Learn the basics of playwriting and share your ideas, theatrically.
Play Writing 101 Workshop for POC
170 N. Dearborn
May 12, 2019
Free. Donations accepted.
Our Perspective: Asian American Play Readings presents this one time only workshop intended for People of Color who want an introduction to play writing. All proceeds benefit the Our Perspective play reading series produced by the 501c3 arts group, Asian Improv Arts Midwest. No prerequisites or experience required. Bring something to write with, digital or manual. Begin your playwriting career, here! Your name will be on a list at the door. To receive a tax donation letter for your donation, please email@example.com.
This 90 minute play writing intensive is lead by accomplished playwright and Northwestern University professor Susan H Pak. Susan is a Chicago Dramatists Resident Playwright and Assistant Professor in Residence at Northwestern University in Qatar. She received an MFA in writing for the screen and stage at Northwestern University; she received both a BA in English and a JD from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.Her plays have been produced in New York,Chicago and Los Angeles and include: Marabar at Chicago Dramatists, Ghost Girl at the Workshop Theater, T.A.B. at New York’s Downtown Urban Theater Festival, and the Manhattan Repertory Theater Festival; Haters at New York’s Midtown International Theater Festival; Baby Shower at New York’s Network One Act Festival; Incredible Invisible at Chicago’s Bailiwick Director’s Fest; Ladies’ Man at Chicago Dramatists; and The Writers at Theater Unleashed in Los Angeles. Her full-length play Boys enjoyed a 12-week run at the Tinfish Theater in Chicago.