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15 – 18
In this intensive class students will work independently and collaboratively to create and develop one-act plays. Class work will include reading, writing, and acting.
Opened to students of all disciplines and ability levels, student-writers will work through a series of writing and acting exercises in order to create dynamic plot, compelling character, and believable dialogue.
By the end of our time together students will have a working draft of a new piece of written theater.
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A Pacific Northwest Native, Michael has worked with 826 Seattle, Field’s End, the Richard Hugo House, and Seattle’s Writers-in-the-Schools Program. Michael earned his MFA in Creative Writing from Hollins University in Virginia, where he was a 2009-2010 Teaching Fellow. During the 2013-2014 academic year Michael also participated in the Teaching Artist Training Lab at the Seattle Repertory Theater. His work has appeared in the Portland Review, Fiction Daily, Husk and Syntax, among others. As a Teaching Artist Michael strives to help students develop original thoughts and ideas and convey them clearly to the intended audience.