Spring Diana Burbano Playwriting Series
This confirms your attendance for the Diana Burbano Playwrighting Series. We suggest you attend at least three workshops.

This class explores the craft of writing for the theater. Through weekly assignments, in class writing exercises, and work on a sustained piece, students explore scene structure, action, events, voice, and dialogue. We actively discuss student work. This class's emphasis is on process, risk-taking, and finding one's own voice and vision. The specific topics covered during this series are: writing form real life, genres, write what you don't know, working collaboratively, and exploding expectations.

*Sat. May 4th @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm (Writing from real life)
*Sat. May 11th @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm (Genres)
*Sat. May 18th @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm (Write what you don’t know)
*Sat, May 25th @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm (Working collaboratively)
*Sat. June 15th @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm (Exploding expectations)

CSUF Grand Central Arts Center (basement space)
125 N Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Diana Burbano, is a Colombian immigrant, playwright and teaching artist at South Coast Repertory and Breath of Fire Latina Theatre Ensemble. Her work has recently been seen at OSF, The Drama League, San Diego Repertory and Center Theatre Group. Written work includes: Policarpa, Oregon Shakespeare Festival Brown Swan lab 2017, Drama League Rough Draft series May 2017, Honorable Mention, Jane Chambers Award 2017, Parsnip Ship 2017 Fabulous Monsters, Latinx Play Festival, San Diego Rep 2017, Festival51 2016 winner, about women in Punk Rock,Picture me Rollin’ (featured at the 35th annual William Inge Festival and Inkfest at 2cents.), Silueta, (about the Cuban artist Ana Mendieta), with Tom and Chris Shelton, and the TYA Shakespeare mash-up, Caliban’s Island winner 2017 Headwaters New Play Festival at Creede Repertory. (Published by YouthPLAYS). Libertadoras, Vamping and Linda were written for the 365 Women a Year project and have been performed around the world, with Linda featured in more than 20 festivals over the last year, including Center Theatre Group’s community library series. Her short play Rounds Per Second is in Smith and Kraus’s 5-minute play anthology. She is currently writing material for Center Theatre Group’s Chisme y Queso series, for Rogue Artists Plummer Park project and for Kaiser Permanente’s Educational touring show.

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We believe in:
* The transformative power of theater and aim to raise awareness of critical issues in the community
* Entertain and challenge
* Foster cross-cultural understanding
* Be a catalyst for personal healing and social change

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* Funding and support for our free theater-making workshops are from individual donors and a Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center's Artists-in-Residency Program.
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