What does it mean to be a playwright? How can we find connection through our writing?
This two-part series has two sessions each and is an exploration through the craft, business, and critique of playwriting. The two class sessions will be hybrid (join us from anywhere in the country on Zoom or gather in the room with us in Seattle), and the two play discussion sessions will be in person at the theater following a performance. Join SCRiB LAB and Seattle Rep staff as we examine the art of playwriting from multiple angles.
- May 16, 5-7 p.m. - Art & Business of Playwriting class pt. 1
- May 21, following the 2 p.m. performance of Selling Kabul discussion session (play ticket required)
- June 6, 5-7 p.m. - Art & Business of Playwriting class pt. 2
- June 18, following the 2 p.m. performance of - Bruce discussion session (play ticket required)
Class Sessions are hybrid – in person and virtual
In person location: Seattle Rep, enter at 540 Warren Ave N.
Play Discussion Sessions
In person at Seattle Rep, enter at 155 Mercer St. for the performance. Discussion in the Spirits Lounge on the 2nd floor of the Bagley Theater lobby area.
Play ticket purchase required to attend the discussion sessions. Visit Ticket Info & Discounts to find a price point that is right for you.
About SCRiB Lab
SCRiB LAB is a writing community open to writers of all genres and experience-levels. Workshops offer space for writers to gather, experiment, share, listen, ask, and connect. All events are free and open to everyone. www.scriblab.org
Miriam BC Tobin (she/her) is a theatre artist and writer in drizzly Seattle. She has performed on stages across the country and Europe and has taught drama to youth in theatres in NYC, elementary schools in Denver, and on a farm in the Czech Republic. She was the fall 2020 Editor-in-Chief of The Pitkin Review and received a 2019 PEN Writing Scholarship in drama. She attended Hedgebrook’s 2021 residency and is a semi-finalist for Pipeline Theatre’s 2021/22 PlayLab.
MFA Playwriting: Goddard College; MA Directing & Adaptation: NYU; Training: Atlantic Theater Company, London Dramatic Academy