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Monday, August 21, 2017

Online Writing Classes at Primary Stages ESPA!

Open to writers in New York, New Mexico, New Zealand, and everywhere in between: Online playwriting classes at Primary Stages ESPA are an extension of our time-tested writing curriculum! You can create or polish a draft of your new play through weekly assignments and written lectures, providing the necessary structure and deadlines to those outside the tri-state area or with unpredictable schedules.

Instructor: Sarah Gancher (Writer, The Lucky Ones with The Bengsons at Ars Nova)
Begins September 19
New to Online Curriculum: If you're just stepping into the world of playwriting, welcome! Sarah Gancher will help you build a toolbox of the fundamentals, including discussions of structure, character, and dialogue, so your first play (and each play you write after that!) can be built on a strong foundation.

Instructor: Michele Lowe (Writer, String of Pearls and Motherhood Out Loud at Primary Stages)
Begins September 17
This class will guide you through the development of your first draft, providing concrete deadlines and constructive feedback that will encourage you to get your ideas on the page. As you meet your deadlines, you will receive feedback from Michele via email each week, giving you the tools necessary to tackle the next assignment.

Instructor: Caridad Svich (Writer, 2012 OBIE Winner for Lifetime Achievement)
Begins September 18
As soon as you finish your last line of dialogue, the need for rewrites begins. Open to new and returning students located anywhere in the world, this class will begin by establishing individualized writing goals to conquer over ten weeks.

For more information, see Online Classroom.

Our award-winning faculty, comprised of working professionals in the field, provides practical skills and expert guidance in a collaborative community atmosphere.

Primary Stages ESPA provides students easy and convenient payment plans to break up tuition. For more information, call 212.840.9705 x215 or email espa@primarystages.org.

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