Family First Presented by Novant Health: Writing for Stage & Screen
Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture at Levine Center for the Arts
Could Hollywood be in your future? Aspiring writers are invited to a hands on workshop with award winning writer Stacey Rose. Participants will learn the nuances of screenplay, teleplay, & theatrical play structure and how to bring story ideas from your mind to the page. She will guide participants through an overview of life as an emerging writer in the industry based on her experiences in the worlds of stage, screen and television. The workshop will close with a question and answer session.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Stacey Rose hails from Elizabeth, New Jersey and Charlotte, North Carolina respectively. She is a proud mom, daughter, and sibling. She earned a B.A. in theatre at UNC Charlotte and is an alumnae of the MFA program in Dramatic Writing at New York University’s (NYU) Tisch School of the Arts. While at Tisch she was the recipient of an AAUW Career Development Grant, was a Future Screenwriting Fellow, and honored with The Goldberg Prize for her play The Danger: A Homage to Strange Fruit. Her work has been presented at: UNC Charlotte, On Q Productions, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, The Fire This Time Festival (Slavesperience, America v. 2.1), The Brooklyn Generator (As Is: Conversations with Big Black Women in Confined Spaces), The Bushwick Starr Reading Series (Igniting The Alabaster You!), Mosaic Theatre (The Black Jew Thing co-written with Alexis Spiegel), The Amoralists Theatre Company (Bones, Bonez, Bone$), Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre (Muva Death), National Black Theatre (The Ballad O’ Nigg-O-Lee) and Pillsbury House Theater (Sven, Ole & The Armageddon Myth).
She is a two-time semi-finalist for The Princess Grace Fellowship (The Danger), a semi-finalist at Premiere Stages Play Festival (As Is), and a finalist at the Fusion Film Festival (Up-And-Coming). Stacey was a 2015-16 Dramatist Guild Fellow, a 2017-18 Playwrights’ Center Many Voices Fellow, and a 2018 Sundance Theatre Lab Fellow. She served as writer’s assistant and script coordinator for season one of She’s Gotta Have It, The Series. Stacey’s work celebrates and explores Blackness, Black identity, Black history, body politics, and the dilemma of life as the “other.”
Schedule & Tickets
$3-$5 · Call 7045473700 to order.
Saturday, August 11, 2018 @ 11:00am · tickets · add to calendar 2018-08-11 11:00:00 2018-08-11 14:00:00 America/New_York Family First Presented by Novant Health: Writing for Stage & Screen https://charlottecultureguide.com/event/422908/family-first-presented-by-novant-health-writing-for-stage-screen Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture at Levine Center for the Arts, 551 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, NC, 28202
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