San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Ever wondered what it takes to write a successful play?
In this workshop, you will learn the essentials necessary to creating a script, gaining hands-on experience as you write dialogue, create conflict and write a couple of short plays. In fact, you’ll leave this workshop a published playwright-having performed your script for the public!
You don’t want to miss this workshop being taught by local theatre instructor, director and playwright Andy Rassler!
When: Saturday, December 7, 2013: 9-3 p.m.
Where: Old Courthouse Theatre
Age Requirements: 14 years to 18 years
Maximum enrollment each class: 12 students
Please pre-register and pre-pay for this workshop by visiting our website: www.ocytnc.org to ensure your spot. We will accept payment on Dec. 7th if you are unable to prepay. Please make your check payable to Old Courthouse Theatre.
When & Where
Actors of Tomorrow
Actors of Tomorrow is a non-profit organization committed to providing quality children's theatre in Cabarrus County. Our Mission is to create and enrich the lives of young people by providing meaningful opportunities to explore the field of Performing Arts. Through participation in quality productions, educational outreach programs and summer camps, Actors of Tomorrow will enhance the cultural climate for the youth of Cabarrus and surrounding counties.
Originally a program of a Local Community Theatre, with a goal to create more acting opportunities for children on the Main stage, Actors of Tomorrow has been in existence for 4 years and has served over 300 youth and families. Actors of Tomorrow is now administered by an independent Board and many hard working volunteers from the community. Actors of Tomorrow is in the process of becoming a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization funded primarily through its tuition, ticket sales and outside contributions.
For countless numbers of children, Actors of Tomorrow is or will be their first exposure to live theater. It has been a place where young people, ages 8 to 18 years old, enjoy a safe, nurturing environment and a cooperative learning experience as they work together to mount a production.