Free Playwriting Workshop with NotaBle Acts Dramaturg in Residence, July 19
Want a creative workout? Want to kick-start a new project? Or maybe you’d like to take a chance and try some new approaches to your writing process? This master class will be a unique opportunity for playwrights at a variety of skill levels to exercise their crafts via a series of in-class exercises and discussions led by NotaBle Acts Theatre Company Artist in Residence / Festival Dramaturg Heather Inglis. The class will offer participants creative workouts in crafting dialogue, building characters, discovering dramatic structure, unlocking intuition and editing. More experienced playwrights are invited to bring scenes from works in process to the class. A limited number will be read and critiqued as part of the day.
The workshop will take place from 10AM-4PM (bring a bag lunch) at Carleton Hall, UNB, Saturday, July 19. There will be a maximum of 12 participants. To register, email Heather Inglis at email@example.com .
Heather Inglis is an award-winning director, producer, dramaturg and educator whose career has taken her across the country. Heather has directed and assistant directed over 40 productions, many of which have been new Canadian works. Heather has a busy national dramaturgical practice which includes work at the The Banff Centre, The Citadel Theatre (Edmonton), Playwrights’ Atlantic Resource Centre, Saskatchewan Playwrights’ Centre, Alberta Playwrights’ Network (Calgary) and the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre (Yellowknife). She is the founder and Artistic Director of Theatre Yes (Edmonton) — most recently noted for the National Elevator Project, 16 new Canadian plays written for and performed in working elevators. Heather is a 2014 recipient of the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Arts Award. She a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada.