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Wed, Nov 08


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Writers (and actors!) Workshop

Beginning and professional writers (and actors) become better writers in this comfortable group setting as we workshop the material of our fellow members. Writers get to hear actors read their lines, and actors get to work on their cold-reading skills.

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Writers (and actors!) Workshop
Writers (and actors!) Workshop

Time & Location

Nov 08, 2023, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST

On Zoom

About the event

This friendly, relaxed workshop is an open space for writers to bring 10 (or so) pages of their script and for actors to read their dialogue. Screenwriters, playwrights, and TV writers are welcome to workshop their material, and actors of all levels of experience are welcome.

You might be wondering... how does it work? For starters, this 90-minute workshop will be split evenly between the three writers who sign up to workshop their screenplay, teleplay, short film, or play. 

Step 1: Workshopping writers will email Caroline ahead of time the 10 (or so) pages they want to workshop. 

Step 2: Caroline will share her screen with the group, so everyone can see the script. The writer will let us know what roles they'll need filled, and we will select actors from those who signed up to read. 

Step 3: The actors will read aloud, while either Caroline or the writer (writer's choice) read the action lines (stage directions.) 

Step 4: Once we've finished the 10 (or so) pages, Caroline will lead the feedback discussion where all who signed up to give feedback can do so.

Step 5: We move on to the next script, and roles are divvied up once again. We will try to share the love amongst the actors, so they get equal reading time.

Questions? Email


  • I'll act AND give feedback!

    Get assigned one (or more!) roles to read "cold." Then join the discussion and give your feedback to the writers.

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  • I'll just act, thanks

    Get assigned one (or more!) roles on the spot to read "cold." Then learn more about writing by listening to the feedback. Actors aren't guaranteed roles, but they're more likely than not to be cast. (If you would like to give feedback to the writers and engage in the discussion, please select the ticket, "I'll Act and Give Feedback."

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  • I'll give feedback or observe

    Give your feedback to the writers, or just learn more about writing by listening to the discussion.

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  • I'll workshop my script

    Workshop an excerpt from your material with actors reading your lines, and get feedback from Caroline and other members of the group.

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