Creative writing for television, film, and theater share many core creative elements with other forms of fiction storytelling—as well as important differences. Whatever your goals for your own stage and broadcast writing, our award-winning instructors and welcoming community are here to help.
You’ll get weekly instructor feedback on your work, ongoing collaboration with other writers, and a supportive course structure that will help you set and meet your writing goals.
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Upcoming Stage and Broadcast Writing Classes
| Block Buster: Turbocharge Your Creativity with Breakneck Writing|
March 18, 2020
$175 | 4 Weeks
Banish writer’s block, unearth fresh ideas, and sharpen your storytelling ability with the practice of fast, timed writing.
| Essentials of Character Development: How to Create Characters that Move and Breathe and Can't Stop Talking|
April 1, 2020
$315 | 8 Weeks NEW!
Bring your characters to life in this in-depth character development class with Gloria Kempton.
| The Hero's Journey For Storytellers|
April 8, 2020
$360 | 10 Weeks
Structure your story and give it meaning with Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s Journey.
| Experiments in Genre: Finding Creative Inspiration by Messing Up the Rules|
May 6, 2020
$260 | 6 Weeks NEW!
Can you translate the movement of a dance into a poem? What happens when you write a story in the form of a multiple-choice quiz? Learn to take your work in rich and unexpected new directions by subverting and blending genre conventions.
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Why Take a Stage and Broadcast Writing Course with Writers.com?
- We welcome writers of all backgrounds and experience levels, and we are here for one reason: to support you on your writing journey.
- Small groups keep our online stage and broadcast writing classes lively and intimate.
- Work through your weekly written lectures, course materials, and writing assignments at your own pace.
- Share and discuss your work with classmates in a supportive class environment.
- Your course instructor will offer you direct, personal feedback and suggestions on every assignment you submit.