Workshop for writers

Central Alberta playwrights can learn how to overcome writers’ block and generate new ideas on Sunday, Nov. 4.

Central Alberta playwrights can learn how to overcome writers’ block and generate new ideas on Sunday, Nov. 4.

A workshop called Putting it to Paper: Splash Writing for New Playwrights will be led from 1 to 5 p.m. by David van Belle, co-artistic director of Ghost River Theatre in Calgary.

The $20 workshop, held in Studio B of the Red Deer College Arts Centre, is being offered by Scripts at Work to officially launch its 2012-13 season. “This is a perfect opportunity to learn about the creative process,” said Lynda Adams, co-chair of the non-profit SAW series that provides professional dramaturges to mentor new playwrights.

Attendance is limited to 16 participants. To register, call 403-343-4054 or email lynda.adams@rdc.ab.ca.

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