If you’ve been working on a monologue that’s allowed you to find a voice, you’re ready for the next phase! With the help of a dramaturg, actors and fellow participants, this workshop will help you further prepare your monologue for submission into the Community Voices event or for personal growth. This workshop will include tools and tips on characterization and structure with the majority of the time being devoted to offering critique. Bring 2 typed, double-spaced copies of a monologue you’re working on (one is for you; the other is for an actor). Actors will be on hand to read monologues, giving authors a chance to hear their work read and gain new insight into the writing process. RSVP today! Space is limited to 20 participants.
RSVP and info: email Matt at email@example.com or call (352) 373-5968 ext 243.
This workshop will be hosted by the Hippodrome’s Dramaturg, Tammy Dygert: Tamerin Dygert has worked as a dramaturg, teacher and actress in Maryland and Florida. In 1995 she joined the Hippodrome Theatre where, as Resident Dramaturg, she has worked with such playwrights as Pulitzer Prize-winners Paula Vogel and Nilo Cruz, as well as David Rambo, David Zellnik, and Deborah Zoe Laufer. She was Festival Director and Co-Founder of the Florida Senior Playwright Festival and Founder/Director of One Community One Story. Ms. Dygert holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre and English Education from the University of Maryland Baltimore County and has been a member of Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA).
Writer’s Roundtable is a follow-up to the Finding a Voice workshop held on February 18 and led by professor and playwright Dr. Charlie Mitchell, assistant professor of theatre at the University of Florida. Participation in the writing workshops is NOT required to submit a monologue for Community Voices.