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Trusted teacher: I’m Craig, a theatre director and dramaturg who has worked with some of the UK’s leading theatre companies. Our sessions will be collaborative and supportive enabling your play to reach its full potential. We will discuss your work in detail and I will offer a bespoke response to your script and support you in developing the work further. Sessions will be held online on either Skype or Zoom. I am currently offering three strands of support/tutoring: A One-Off Session: I will read your script before a one-off feedback session with constructive and practical support on how to enhance your play’s concept, story, theme, characters, and dialogue. Three Session Package: I will offer notes on a first, second, and final draft of your script in three feedback sessions. We’ll cover the same areas as in a one-off session but I will also support you with redrafting and getting your script ready to be read by industry professionals. From Idea to Final Draft in 10 Sessions: Complete support as a tutor and dramaturg from the first idea to the final draft. We’ll begin with sessions on the fundamentals of playwrighting including: Character Dialogue Structure Subtext Theatricality Then I’ll support you every step of the way in drafting your play, after which we’ll look at the best places to send your work and discuss strategies for building a sustainable career as a Playwright. The Tutor: Craig Gilbert is currently the Amplify producer at Nottingham Playhouse (The Stage Regional Theatre of The Year 2019) where he supports the development of new work and new artists. Prior to this, he was the New Works Associate at the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse where he acted as the in house dramaturg for the award-winning Everyman Company. He was the lead tutor on the Everyman Playwrights Programme, students from this course have gone on to receive professional commissions and have been shortlisted for major playwrighting prizes including the Bruntwood Prize and Verity Bargate Award. Craig has also worked as a director and dramaturg with some of the UK’s leading companies including Soho Theatre, the Royal Court, and the Young Vic.
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This workshop will give you all the practical tools to aid your writing as well as giving you vital industry advice on how to best approach the theatre, film and television industries. Whilst talking about structure, character and dialogue, you’ll also learn how to use your own stories and tackle burning issues with confidence, experimentation and comedy. There will also be lots of discussions about the theatre industry itself, dispelling myths about an otherwise intimidating industry. Simple, constructive advice on how different theatres work, which courses to take next, different universities and simple advice on how to get your work staged and seen (without bankrupting yourself), as well as conversations about the TV and Film industry. Simply, this course will equip budding, passionate writers with the skills and knowledge they need to kick-start their script writing career and steer them in the right direction. The workshop will be led a playwright who has led similar groups for several years. This workshop is open to all writers with previous experience who are hoping to have their work staged. Max Max has been a recipient of the Peggy Ramsay Foundation, Screen to Screen Award, a finalist for the Papatango Prize, Theatre Uncut’s Prize for Political Writing and recently, the Nick Darke Award. He’s also collaborated with the Wooster Group in NYC, The English Theatre Berlin and the British Museum as a dramaturg. He’s had plays produced at Theatre 503, King’s Head Theatre, the Arcola, Paines Plough and many others across London as well as running playwriting workshops with The Yard, Flux, The Actor’s Centre, The Gate and the Southwark Playhouse.
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Dirk - Ghent, Belgium33€
Trusted teacher: Articles, books, columns, film scripts, press releases, radio spots, reviews, TV screenplays and simply copywriting with SEO: most of us have tried to squeeze one or more of these types of writing out of the (virtual) pen. Yet it turns out that it is not always easy to deliver good texts. One has great ideas, but cannot convert them into (digital or otherwise) ink; the other is creative, but makes too many spelling mistakes; and a third kind of person is a linguistic Nazi, but fails to come up with fluid, natural-feeling dialogues. The writing course of Badass Intensive Courses - an initiative of Badass PR - offers a solution. Below you can register for one or more lessons, after which you can follow our entire course. With your payment you can join any of our courses whenever you want. You can not only learn to act, but also sample our courses in debate and presentation techniques (our TV course), communication, singing, improvisation, 'physical acting', lie detection, hypnosis, directing, or writing! Of course, the following applies: the more you follow 1 particular course, the faster you progress. Our writing course Our course covers all possible texts and can be followed both privately and in a small group. Moreover, we mainly teach you what you are interested in. During our first meeting we will discuss your goals in detail, after which we will focus the entire course on what you exactly want and need. All ages and levels are welcome with us, so we welcome you with open arms even if you have no experience at all or especially need tutoring! About our coach To be sure: our head coach is at home in all markets. He wrote his first book, the science fantasy Ice, the Lost Planet, when he was 11. The novel was published three years later, which earned Dirk his city's cultural merit prize and items on almost all national TV and radio stations, as well as articles in every leading newspaper and a large number of magazines. Dirk later also became the very first Flemish author whose books he himself had pinned in English were published by American publishers: Fates Worse than Death: Hunter by Vajra Enterprises and Baour, Strands of Death by BlackWyrm Publishing. In between Dirk became a journalist. He wrote - or still writes - for 'fanzines', magazines, newspapers and websites such as Zita, Skynet, The Fighting Bard, Mandragon, Dreun, Mindview, Keys & Chords, Bello Magazine, De Zondag, Doorgelicht.be, MetalBorn, BeauSense Magazine, PDF'zines, GameJunks, Rpg.net, the Delta Gids, Cerberus, Cerberus Too, Cerberus Food & Lifestyle, Wellness Insight, Care Insight, Move On, Cult of Cool, Cult of Chic and Cult of Design. Thanks to his wide range of interests, he could go just about anywhere to write passionately about his favorite topics, but there is more. Dirk wrote hundreds of press releases for PR agency Oskaar and later for his own PR agency, Badass PR - mainly for films, television series, the hospitality industry and various charities. He also provides numerous newsletters and social media for his clients. Dirk has been a coach since he was twenty – when he was still studying psychology at the KUL – and has written several film and short film scripts as an acting teacher and screenwriter. Numerous radio spots have also rolled out of his brain. The most startling assignment, however, came when Modiphius Entertainment – the largest independent producer and distributor of role-playing games in the world – hired him to write the film script and audio play for Achtung! Cthulhu to write. They were so well received that he is currently reading the complete audio series of Achtung! Cthulhu is finishing. In addition, he is busy working on Iron Sky: The Roleplaying Game, which has been delayed considerably due to the fact that the second film was released much later than expected, production problems, the death of one of the two lead writers and the corona crisis. , but will be released next year at the largest role-playing convention in the world, Gen Con in Indianapolis. About you During our writing course, it goes without saying that it is not about us, but about you and your writing! Few things we enjoy as much as watching someone progress and live their passions. That is why we often go a step further after class and continue to support you, whatever texts you want to write!
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