Pictured: Associate Development Artist Rebekah Suellau moderates the first ever WTP Decatur Arts Critique Sessions, 2019. Featuring Quinn Xavier Hernandez, Emily Kleypas, Minka Wiltz, Megan Poole, Jasmine Thomas and Enoch King.
MNCS has gone virtual! WTP’s first virtual session was on April 20th. See the calendar for more virtual MNCS opportunities.
Held on the first and third Monday of each month in the Little 5 Points Community Center, these sessions are free and open to theatre artists (please see the calendar for exact dates).
The First Light Series will be postponed until 2021.
The First Light Series offers WTP playwrights the opportunity to see a public reading of their new full-length play complete with marketing, a reading in a professional venue, dramaturgy consultation from their director/dramaturg and a moderated feedback session.
The Ethel Woolson Lab is an annual, competitive workshop series named in honor of a generous benefactor of WTP.
WTP offers classes, writers’ workshops, seminars, and new development panels to promote playwright education and community engagement, led by nationally-known theatre artists. All of our classes (and offerings) are currently virtual.
The Table Series will now be a primarily virtual series. 4-5 recipients will be accepted for the 2020 Series. Announcements to come in June.
This Series gives members the opportunity to work with a dramaturg on their new play, experience it read by our Actor’s Ensemble with a moderated feedback session afterward. In addition, this program gives attending WTP members the unique opportunity to get inside the development process by welcoming them into a rehearsal.
WTP maintains a diverse roster of professional dramaturgs who are available for one-on-one dramaturgy. While you do not need to be a member to engage our dramaturgical services, we do offer significantly reduced rates as a member benefit.
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