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Memoir Writing Workshop with Elizabeth Diggs
Sunday, January 17, 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 3:30 pm on Sunday, repeating until Sunday, January 31, 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.
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