PlayWrite’s One-Act Boot Camp is for YOU!
No matter where you’re starting, finish with a one-act.
PlayWrite is offering a thrilling five-day workshop for adults that takes you behind the curtain on writing for the stage.
At Artists Repertory Theatre beginning Nov. 6th, participants will work one-on-one with professional writing coaches to craft their own short one-act play. You’ll get to collaborate with top professional actors who will perform your work in front of a live audience. You will always be supported in this no-fail, life-changing workshop.
There is nothing like seeing the world you’ve created brought to life, and we can’t wait to help you make it happen!
This is an opportunity to craft an original one-act play and see it through rehearsal and performance. It is a multi-sensory experience, guaranteed to be both challenging and rewarding.
Limited to a maximum of 8 participants.
PlayWrite-trained coaches work one-on-one with each participant.
Participants collaborate with professional actors, and direct them for performance before a live audience.
Performances are videotaped and professionally edited; they can be posted on Vimeo or burned to DVD, as participants prefer.
The workshop consists of five sessions: four sessions of 2 ½ hours each, and one session of 5-6 hours (rehearsal & staged reading).
The first four sessions will be held on four successive weekdays, Monday through Thursday November 6-9 (7:30-10:00 PM). The sessions will take place in Studio 2 at Artists Repertory Theatre.
Over the weekend, PlayWrite staff will cast the plays, set running order, rehearsal schedule, etc.
The fifth session will be held on Tuesday afternoon, November. 14th. This session will begin with rehearsals at 3:00-3:30 PM, followed by a celebratory bite/drink (writers, coaches, actors). Showtime is 7:30 PM at ART’s Alder Theatre. Each play usually runs about 8-10 minutes.
Following the performance there’ll be a meet ’n greet with authors, coaches, actors and audience. Adult beverages served.
$750 per person. Monthly payment plans can be worked out, if preferred.