Networking and Marketing for Playwrights and Creators
Jacqueline Goldfinger, award-winning playwright and author of PLAYWRITING WITH PURPOSE: A GUIDE AND WORKBOOK FOR NEW PLAYWRIGHTS, is leading a free 90-minute session on networking and marketing for playwrights. Writing a theater piece is only half the battle, next you have to get it on-stage. Join us to learn how to connect with those who can help you get your work off the page and on to the stage, followed by a 30 minute Q&A session.
You will receive the Zoom link for the workshop the day of the workshop.
All workshop sessions cover the same material; so you only need to register for one of them.
For more information on Goldfinger's own work, go to: www.jacquelinegoldfinger.com, and pre-order her book PLAYWRITING WITH PURPOSE: A GUIDE AND WORKBOOK FOR NEW PLAYWRIGHTS at all bookshops or at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1032003812/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_R2YPD0GSNSHXX8HM1VH8
Jacqueline Goldfinger is an award-winning playwright, dramaturg, and librettist who seeks out unique collaborations, working across disciplines to create singular works of theatre and opera. Her awards include the Yale Prize, Opera America Discovery Grant, Smith Prize, Sloan Grant, Independence Foundation Fellowship in the Arts, Tennessee Williams Fellowship, and Generations Award. She teaches workshops and seminars at college and university theatre programs across the U.S. including at University of California, Davis & San Diego, University of Pennsylvania, and Temple University.
All classes will be held on Zoom
Online Access Information
You will receive the Zoom link for the workshop one-hour before the workshop itself.