Wednesday, June 22, 4:00-5:30 PM ET
Are you a seasoned playwright looking for that spark to start a new play? Are you someone who has never tried playwriting but wants to explore? Are you a writer of another discipline looking to stretch your literary skills?
Join local artist and educator Kori Alston on June 22 at 4:00 PM ET at the Berkshire Athenaeum for this free 90-minute COMMUNITY WORKS workshop. We will provide notebooks and pens; feel free to bring the medium on which you would prefer to write. Kori will guide participants through a variety of exciting ways to start a new play and help you begin writing it!
All ages are welcome and no prior experience is necessary for this fun, free, intergenerational workshop! To register and learn more, click the links below or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration and masks are required.
Kori Alston is Williamstown Theatre Festival’s COMMUNITY WORKS Associate. He is a Berkshire County native from Great Barrington and an accomplished playwright who was named The Future of Playwriting in 2021 by The Blank Theatre and UCross Foundation. His play, A Case for Black Girls Setting Central Park on Fire recently received a workshop in NYC with Clubbed Thumb.