Instructor Chris Aurilio of the Peoples Improv Theater helps you map out the practical aspects of working on and completing any writing project. One 3-hour session.April 21 register now
- April 21, 7 - 10 p.m.
- Tuition: $65
- All classes are 18 and over. Once payment is made, there are no refunds, exchanges or cancellations.
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You have ideas for sketches, characters, shows, movies, webseries and more. Have you written anything yet? Have you gotten the people together? We all get overwhelmed by the steps in the creative process, but this group discussion will help encourage you to make a plan for whatever it is you are working on. Using a roundtable writer's room set-up, this workshop will demystify and make real what it takes to get your work done. This class emphasizes collaboration and building your team that will help hold you accountable. We'll see to it you set goals to accomplish in one week, the next month, in a year and beyond! Goals!
The Peoples Improv Theater is offering three different writing workshops from April 21-23 with instructor Chris Aurilio. If you'd like to register for multiple workshops at the same time, you can get a $10 discount per workshop. The full slate:
Chris Aurilio is a writer/director/producer based in New York City. Chris is the co-creator and director of the original pilot Death Lives. He has written and produced live comedy shows since 2008 at The Peoples Improv Theater (The PIT), where he also teaches sketch comedy writing and acting. Chris founded the sketch group The Foolhardy Manor, regularly performing and producing sketch, including the short film BirdmAnnie. In 2014, Chris began performing his evolving character and sketch show, Aurilishow. He is also a producing member of PulpRiot, a production company responsible for live comedy shows and multimedia projects. Chris has written/produced and directed several short films online, including Haunted Cabin: Die-Fi shot at the Haunted Cabin YouTube Space NY Exclusive Set. He holds a master's degree in theater studies from Montclair State University and has created several original plays and children's theater shows.