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2017-12/17 10-Minute Play Write-In with Hannah Logan and San Diego Playwrights

Date: Sunday, December 17, 2017 Time: 4pm to 6pm Number of sessions: One Day Class! Members: Suggested Donation $10 Nonmembers: Suggested Donation $10 Location: San Diego Writers, Ink, ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station, 2730 Historic Decatur Road, Barracks 16, 2nd Floor Above Women's Museum, San Diego, CA 92106
In this casual 10-Minute Play Write-In, you’ll get to have fun practicing your playwriting skills in the company of other writers. The event will start off with guided group-brainstorming of prompts, such as possible settings, character drives, props, lines of dialogue, styles, etc. Once we’ve created a good cloud of inspiration, there will be a quiet period for writing. Then at the end, we’ll save a little time for anyone who wishes to share what they’ve created. It’s not expected that you’ll finish a 10-minute play during this event, but you’ll at least have a great start!

Basic playwriting knowledge is recommended, however, anyone is welcome to attend and write to the prompts in whatever format they desire. Bring a laptop or writing implement and paper.
We suggest a donation of $10 (payable at the door) RSVP to sandiegoplaywrights@gmail.com.

HANNAH LOGAN is an actor, writer, director, and producer. She received a Craig Noel Award winner for her portrayal of Agnes in Tracy Letts’ BUG at ion theatre. She recently appeared in The Moors at Diversionary Theatre. Some of her theatre directing credits include NO GUNS for Diversionary Theatre’s team in the After Orlando event, staged at SDRep, #tenminuteplays at Moxie Theatre and BIRTH RIGHT in the 2016 Out On a Limb festival at Scripps Ranch Theatre. Hannah also worked with Robby Lutfy as Assistant Director on BAD JEWS at Cygnet Theatre. She is one half of Logan Squared Productions which produces the THEATRE: UNDONE staged reading series at the San Diego Public Library, as well as the annual playwriting event, THAT 24-HOUR THING, part of the San Diego Fringe Festival, for which she was awarded the Jonathan Dunn- Rankin Scholarship Award in 2016. Hannah’s plays have been produced in Los Angeles, New York and San Diego, and she has a BFA from The Boston Conservatory.

PLEASE NOTE: It is best to register at least a week before the start of a class to help our instructors prepare and ensure that a class does not get cancelled or rescheduled.