Sat, Feb 17|
Breath of Fire @GCAC in DTSA (basement)
PlayWRIGHTING for Beginners Taught by Diana Burbano
The classroom is inclusive and actively works on decolonizing the writing process, while giving you tools to move your work forward. A FREE, 2-Saturday PlayWRITGHTING work. Space is limited.
Time & Location
Feb 17, 2024, 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Breath of Fire @GCAC in DTSA (basement), 125 N Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701, USA
About the Event
PlayWRIGHTING for BEGINNERS taught by DIANA BURBANO
Breath of Fire's LITERARY DIRECTOR
A FREE 2 - SATURDAY'S FEB 10th & 17th, 2024
From 11:00 AM -1:30 PM
At Breath of Fire’s (basement) space in Grand Central Arts Center in Downtown Santa Ana
The classroom is inclusive and actively works on decolonizing the writing process, while giving you tools to move your work forward. A FREE, 2-Saturday, playwriting workshop.
If you’re looking to sharpen your playwriting skills, this class will offer clear guidance in the basics: character, conflict and structure, setting, dialogue and formatting. We’ll work on the rewriting process to move your script up a level and then discuss what to do next for the development and submission.
The classroom is inclusive and actively works on decolonizing the writing process, while giving you tools to move your work forward.
- NOTE: If you have questions, concerns, and or require specific accommodations to our programming please email at email@example.com
Diana Burbano, (Literary Director of Breath of Fire), named one of the L.A. Times “Vanguardia,” is a resident artist at Center Theatre Group, The Latino Theatre Company, and Breath of Fire Latina Ensemble. She is a Colombian immigrant, a playwright, and an actor. Diana’s plays include Ghosts of Bogotá, Sapience, and Beheading Columbus. Fabulous Monsters, a Latinx Punk Rock play, features the music of FEA.
Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble (BOFLTE) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports its mission by serving as an incubator for voices that have been historically excluded in theater and on the stage. We do this by providing programming that offers guidance in storytelling, playwriting, producing, and acting. As artist residents of California State University of Fullerton’s Grand Central Arts Center in Downtown Santa Ana, we offer programming that brings seasoned theater artists to facilitate high-quality theater-making workshops in person, and online. No one has ever turned away for lack of experience and our community programming is free.
BOFLTE is supported by our leadership, artists of our community, volunteers, and donors like you. BOFLTE makes every little bit count and happy and appreciative to accept your generous donation. Please consider donating in 2024 to support our FREE programming to our community online and in-person! DONATE HERE.