Playwriting Workshop (5 Sessions)

15
Saturdays Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5
Non-Members:
$25
Members:
$25
Students
$25
Ages:
12+
Capacity:
15
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About

Participate in a stimulating workshop designed for ages 12 and above, delving into the craft of playwriting with a focus on mental health. Participants will delve into crafting impactful narratives, addressing themes such as gun violence and the consequences of poor decisions.

Through engaging exercises and discussions, attendees will master the art of creating authentic characters, crafting compelling dialogue, and effectively addressing social issues, all while considering the mental well-being of their characters and storylines.

Join us for an enriching journey that merges creativity with social awareness through the transformative realm of theater.

Support provided by a Kenneth Reams Arts for Justice Grant

Join us at the ARTx3 Campus for an exciting theatrical journey with the Kenneth Reams: Arts for Justice Grant-sponsored “Theater for Change” program! Dive into the world of theatre through a series of engaging classes every Saturday, featuring acting, playwriting, stage management, and directing.

This unique opportunity is designed for community members and volunteers of all ages to discover and enhance their theatrical skills while aligning with the inspiring messages and mission of artist Kenneth Reams. Each program consists of five classes tailored to specific age groups, ensuring everyone has the chance to hear the artist's story and the magic of theater.

QUESTIONS?
Lindsey Collins
Assistant Director
(870) 536-3375
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