S143. From Page to Stage: How to Write a Play That Will Actually Get Produced
Saturday, March 7, 2020
9:00 am to 10:15 am
Lauren Gorski is an award-winning writer and editor-in-chief of Exposition Review. She has a master's in Professional Writing with emphasis in Stage and Screen from USC. She writes fiction, screenplays, and stageplays. Her plays have been produced for the Hollywood Fringe, Playground-SF, and more.
Neal Adelman writes plays and short stories. His full-length play Pontiacs was the recipient of the KCACTF Mark Twain Award, and recently his one-woman play I, Custer was a semifinalist for the Judith Royer Award of Excellence in Playwriting and a finalist for the S. Lehr Playwriting Competition.
Josh Inocéncio is a playwright in Houston. He is currently working on a trilogy called Splintered in Three which explores collisions between ethnicity and sexuality in his three ethnic backgrounds. In 2019, Josh finished as a semifinalist for the Eugene O'Neill National Playwright's Conference.
Jelisa Jay Robinson is a playwright from whose work focuses on Black woman in the diaspora. Her plays include The Stories of Us, Fae and Paciencia, and Delivery. Her work has been developed and/or presented in Austin, Colorado, New York, Detroit, and Houston.