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Beat-the-Plague Playwriting Workshops

Online, Philadelphia, PA in Philadelphia County

March 20th, 2020 to April 9th, 2020
3:00pm until 1:00pm

Category: Online / Streaming / Virtual Events
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Beat-the-Plague Playwriting Workshops Many of us are stuck at home. We can generate pages on our own but it is difficult to critique and revise without someone else's perspective. In addition, I've lost teaching work due to the Coronavirus. So I thought we could help each other. I'm holding a number of PWYC - Pay What You Can - Playwriting Workshops. And if you can't afford to throw a few bucks in the bucket, that's cool. Please still come! Each workshop is limited to six participants and lasts two-and-a-half hours. Every participant can share up to 20 pages of a play and receive feedback. My Zoom account has a share pages mode, so we will simply share pages online. No one will be able to download or otherwise take your pages. They will all stay safely with you. We will just be able to see and read along on the screen. I'll moderate all of the workshops (read more about my work here: I teach online this way with the Dramatists Guild Institute and it works beautifully! Reserve a spot via Brown Paper Tickets. A day or so before our workshop, I'll send you a link to join us online via Zoom. PWYC via Brown Paper Tickets or venmo @Jacqueline-goldfinger or PayPal Happy Writing! Stay Safe. xo JG Resource links: If you've never used Zoom before, you can watch a quick tutorial here: We'll be sharing on Zoom via Share Screen. You'll share your script on the screen, and then read it aloud to us while we read so we can all experience your words both visually and aurally. Sharing a screen on Zoom is very easy. If you've never done it, you can watch a one minute video about how to do it here: For feedback, we will be using the Lerman Guidelines to Critical Response: provides information about this "Beat-the-Plague Playwriting Workshops " event as a service to event attendees. This does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation and PaMidstate MEDIA cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the event information nor for any injury or loss that may occur to those choosing to attend an event.