Playwriting for Indigenous Writers
Wednesdays, March 17 – May 5 | 5:30–7:30 p.m. via Zoom

Supported by Arts Access funding from the Minnesota State Arts Board, we welcome Native writers of all backgrounds and experiences to attend a free eight-week exploration of playwriting from a Native perspective. Depending on the interests of the group, participants will dig into structure, dialogue, character development, plot and style, all in an environment created for and with Native voices.

All experience levels welcome. No prerequisite. Age range: High school or older. Capacity: 15 participants.

Participants will need reliable internet access, a computer or phone with a webcam and a free Zoom account. If you have questions or concerns, please email Rebecca Noon at rebeccan@guthrietheater.org.
What is your name? *
What pronouns do you use? *
How old are you? *
What is your tribal affiliation? *
What writing experience do you have? Writing experience includes playwriting, tweeting, essays, short stories, and more. *
What do you hope to get from a playwriting class? *
We will be sending out a lot of communications by email. Please provide an email address that you check regularly. *
If you prefer to be contacted by phone, please provide a phone number.
Please select all that apply. If any of these options are unavailable to you, please email Rebecca Noon at rebeccan@guthrietheater.org to determine a solution. *
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