Six-Week Workshop Wednesdays at 7:00PM
WITH DANNY EATON
SOLD OUT! ALL THREE SESSIONS FILLED
Have you ever thought about having a "go" at writing a
play? If so, join Danny Eaton
, Producing Director and founder of
the Majestic Theater, for this six-week online workshop. You and
a limited number of participants will meet online with Danny on
Wednesday evenings for 6 weeks from 7:00pm to 8:30pm using
Zoom. All THREE sessions of this playwriting workshop are SOLD OUT — but check back for updates on additional session dates.
This workshop will be a participatory program, focusing on character creation, dialogue, and dramatic storytelling. At the end of the six weeks each participant will have developed several monologues as well as a short play. Danny will recruit an ensemble of veteran Majestic
and have an online reading of each script!
The cost for
this six-week playwriting workshop is only $120
. If you are interested in
participating in this workshop, you can register below. If you have any questions about the workshop, please
email Danny directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop is currently FULL
. Check back for future workshop offerings!
BIO: DANNY EATON
(Producing Director) is the Majestic Theater's inspiration for and founding member of The Theater Project. He enrolled at Holyoke Community College in 1970 after a four and a half year stint in the Marine Corps and subsequently transferred to Amherst College. He later received a Masters Degree in Playwriting from Wesleyan University. His many plays have been seen locally, as well as in New York and Chicago. He was Assistant Director at Stage West, and also a faculty member and Artist-in-Residence at Columbia College in Chicago. He produced and directed the Majestic's inaugural production of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story
. In addition to producing each season’s calendar of shows he has also directed many of the productions. He wrote the musicals The Ride
, the plays The Island Lily
, and The War and Walt Whipple
. He is a member of The Dramatists Guild and the Society of the Stage Directors and Choreographers (SSDC). Danny is also the proud winner of 2009's New England Theatre Conference Regional Theatre Award for Outstanding Achievement in the American Theatre.