Join us for an intensive weekend of writing, March 29-31, 2019, with Del Shores, screenwriter and playwright whose work includes Sordid Lives, Southern Baptist Sissies, A Very Sordid Wedding, Blues for Willadean, Queer as Folk and Dharma & Greg.
On Friday, from 1-5 p.m., Del will take participants through some writing exercises and start to work on character development. Saturday will be spent on your own expanding those characters. On Sunday, from 1-5 p.m., students will work on re-writing and fine-tuning their characters and then get to see them acted out and brought to life.
Two four-hour workshops for $150
Two workshops, a two-night stay at the Colony and dinner on Friday night: $300
Two workshops, a two-night stay, Friday dinner and ticket to his show: $315
Classes limited to 12. Call (479)253-7444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
"Del Shores' workshop fosters an environment that encourages writers to write. Pure and simple. His own background and personality encourages a writer to explore and create his or her own narrative in their own unique voice. There is something magical about writing a scene and watching skilled actors create your story off the page .... "
"Del really knows how to teach writing in a way that is "actor friendly" and easy to understand, overall an AMAZING experience. Sign me up again!"
"Del not only helped me see the importance of giving each character a distinct and unique voice, but gave me the tools and knowledge I need to achieve it."
Del Shores has written seven plays, all published by Samuel French and produced thousands of times worldwide. Four were adapted for screen. He has directed Academy Award, Grammy Award and Emmy-winning actors. As a performer, he has performed in hundreds of standup gigs and is currently on a national tour with his new critically acclaimed one-man play "Six Characters In Search Of A Play," directed by Emerson Collins.
Facebook fan page: http://www.facebook.com/delshoresfanclub
Del is doing a one-man show at the Eureka Springs Auditorium March 30, DEL SHORES: THE SH*T STIRRER. Tickets are available at theaud.org