Writing with Form
This workshop will look at the liberating potential of form in theatre thinking and writing. Form that speaks as strongly as content. We’ll think about what happens to our words as they meet their audience. We’ll think about the audience as the ultimate co-authors of the theatrical exchange.
PLEASE NOTE this workshop will take place on Zoom. You will be emailed the details to join this online workshop on the morning of the 25th of March.
Tim is an Obie-award winning writer, director and theatre-maker. His plays include My Arm, An Oak Tree, ENGLAND (a play for galleries), The Author, I, Malvolio, Adler & Gibb, Beginners, Total Immediate Collective Imminent Terrestrial Salvation and (with Andy Smith) what happens to the hope at the end of the evening. Directing credits include The Taming of the Shrew, King Lear and I, Cinna (the poet) (RSC), PEAT, (Ark, Dublin) Jeramee, Hartleby and Oooglemore (Unicorn Theatre), The Complete Deaths (Spymonkey) and Cleopatra/Antony (Gate, London). Tim created and co-wrote Don’t Forget the Driver, a six-part series for BBC2 which won Best TV Comedy at the Venice TV awards, 2019.
Photo credit: Camilla Greenwell
Down Stage Write is a theatre company dedicated to providing development and production opportunities for playwrights in Devon and Cornwall.