Women Playwrights Kick It at the New Play Institute:
Don’t miss out on a chance to kick-start the new year learning some new tricks from women who do! To help you break through resistance, we’re extending discounts!
Take one of the fantastic classes that are being offered this winter at the New Play Institute!
Jan 27 – Feb 5, 2012
The Tao of Playwriting, The Way of Writing Quickly with Liz Duffy Adams
Discounted! $225 – pay by January 22! (Regular Price: $300)
“Liz Duffy Adams is an excellent teacher. She has the intellectual strength to support all kinds of writing-styles, and she creates an atmosphere that motivates writers. Her “Tao of Playwriting” class did move me off the dime with my own script, and I am grateful for it.”
- David Landau, publisher & novelist (Death Is Not Always the Winner)
Learn how to harness your intellectual and creative instincts by using the Tao de Ching as a playwriting manual. This is a retreat-style, intensive course, and you’ll write a play in four long sessions! Here from New York and acclaimed for her prowess with language, Liz Duffy Adams, the award-winning playwright of Dog Act and Or, will be your guide on this journey.
Feb 21 – May 1 2012
Crack that Whip with Eugenie Chan
Discounted! $300 – pay by January 22! (Regular Price: $375)
Go from solid ideas to a solid first draft in 10 weeks!
Eugenie Chan, ground-breaking playwright, noted for The Cutting Ball’s premiere of Bone To Pick has the know-how to motivate and challenge you!
A rare treat to study with Eugenie for 10 weeks!
Past students of Eugenie Chan’s Crack That Whip had the following to say about her class:
“She has a quiver-full of ideas, prompts and exercises to tease out new approaches to your work, to encourage you to go deeper and farther.”
- Liz Gjelten, playwright
“…[Through Eugenie's exercises], you realize you know more about your play than you thought you did, that you have already created that world in your mind, you just haven’t put the words to it yet.”
- Nara, NPI student
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