The Craft and Business of Playwriting for Young Audiences
This class meets 10am-12pm April 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th, May 5th and 19th.
Plays for young actors are among the most in-demand forms of theater. Widen your publishing and production opportunities with The Craft and Business of Playwriting for Young Audiences. Learn how to write scripts that will excite children and teens, as well as publishers, schools and theaters.
All experience levels welcome!
Nicole Adkins will be your guide on this adventure.
Nicole B. Adkins teaches classes and workshops to students of various ages at theatres, K-12 schools, and universities, including Alliance Theatre, Kennesaw University, Georgia Thespians and Elm Street Cultural Arts Center. Her plays have been performed at Children's Theatre of Charlotte, Hollins University, Mill Mountain Theatre, Studio Roanoke, Creative Drama Childrens Theatre in Winston-Salem, NC, SkyPilot Theatre in Los Angeles, the American International School in Guanghzou China, and other theatres, schools, and museums nationally and abroad. She has six plays published through YouthPLAYS, where she also serves as Artistic Associate. She coauthored the book Playwriting and Young Audiences: Collected Wisdom and Practical Advice from the Field (Intellect Press, 2017). Awards include the National Waldo M. and Grace C. Bonderman Award and recognition in the Beverly Hills Theatre Guild Marilyn Hall competition. Hollins Childrens Literature MFA graduate, and Playwright's Lab Visiting Core Faculty member, Nicole is a member of Dramatists Guild, AATE, and TYA/USA. www.nicolebadkins.com
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