Memoir Writing Workshop with Elizabeth Diggs
Sunday, March 14, 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 3:30 pm on Sunday, repeating until Sunday, March 14, 2021
This workshop is sold out.
The personal memoir has become one of our most popular genres. Every life is a compelling and unique story. This workshop we will explore how to shape and explore our stories through prompts and feedback.
Course limited to ten participants. $60 for four sessions. Registration required.
Begin the New Year putting pen to paper, fingers to keyboard, and crafting the memories you’ve been waiting to tell, with expert tutelage!
Elizabeth Diggs is a playwright whose plays include Grant and Twain, Nightingale, Close Ties, Goodbye Freddy, American Beef, Dumping Ground, Priceless, How to Plant a Rose, and Custer’s Luck; produced off-Broadway and at regional theatres. She was Professor of Dramatic Writing at Tisch/NYU.
Liz is the book writer for the musical Mirette, with Tom Jones and Harvey Schmdt, and wrote for the TV drama St. Elsewhere.
Honors and awards include a Guggenheim, NEA, Los Angeles DramaLogue award, the CBS / FDG prize, Kennedy Center grant for new American plays, the Edgerton Foundation grant and runner-up for the Susan Smith Blackburn prize.
She is now working on a memoir called My Oklahoma about growing up in Tulsa.
This program is made possible with support from Rochelle Bartolo, Beach and Bartolo Realtors