What does it mean to be an outsider? How does it feel to be alienated from everything and everyone around you? How can Shakespeare help us put our own experiences on stage? In this workshop, playwright Caleen Sinnette Jennings guides you in creating your own short scene or monologue by exploring these questions.
This workshop is offered online over Zoom on Thursday, January 26 at 6:30pm (ET). For the in-person session, click here.
Workshops are open to all: from those who've never written a play, to those who have, and want new techniques. Recommended for adults and mature teenagers (16+).
About Works in Progress
What’s your story? Folger’s Works in Progress program – hosted in partnership with and at the Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital – is a series of workshops and a panel conversation that invite aspiring creatives in the fields of playwriting, poetry, and songwriting to create new works under the mentorship of teaching artists. Workshop registration is open to the public. Works in Progress takes place following Folger's weekend festival of new theatrical works inspired by Shakespeare.
Hosted in partnership with the Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital