THE NEW GROUP

Playwriting Workshop

Ready to take your playwriting to the next level?

These playwriting workshops are designed to inspire your most potent theatrical work. The sessions will combine in-class writing with sharing new pages and feedback, with the goal of invigorating your writing. One session will include a discussion with Associate Artistic Director Ian Morgan. Past playwriting workshops have included master classes with New Group playwrights such as Jesse Eisenberg, Amy Heckerling, Gracie Gardner and David Rabe. Some recent participants in the workshop have received further development and staged readings at The New Group.

Click below to read about our upcoming playwriting workshop with Winter Miller.

To apply, please submit a resume or bio, a writing sample, a note about your interest in the class and which section you are applying for to education@thenewgroup.org.

Winter Miller

Playwriting Workshop with Winter Miller

Fall 2019 Class Dates: Oct 16, 17, 23, 24, 30. Nov 6, 13, 20. Dec 4, 11.

Time: 2:30-5:30 pm

Location: 240 West 35th Street, Suite 1200, New York, NY 10001

Cost: $550

To apply, please submit a resume or bio, a writing sample, a note about your interest in the class and which section you are applying for to education@thenewgroup.org

Winter Miller is a founding member of the Obie-winning 13Playwrights and a New York Foundation for the Arts Playwright. She produced and directed her play No One Is Forgotten at Rattlestick to sold-out audiences and rave reviews in July. Her play In Darfur premiered in a sold-out run at The Public, followed by a SRO performance at their 1800-seat Delacorte, a first for a play by a woman. Theaters where Ms. Miller’s plays have been produced include: The Public, 13P, Cherry Lane, Goodman, TimeLine, Theatre J, Keen, WAM, Horizon and The Landing. She has taught playwriting at The New School MFA, SUNY Purchase BFA, ESPA: Primary Stages, Playwrights’ Center, PlayPenn, The Cherry Lane Institute. Winter has created theater with youth in war-torn areas of Northern Uganda, Palestine, as well as marginalized populations in NYC with Theatre Askew and Girl Be Heard. She has written 70+ articles for The New York Times and is profiled in The New Yorker, Bomb Magazine, New York Magazine, and NPR’s Brian Lehrer Show. MFA Columbia University, BA Smith College. Plays include: Spare Rib, The Penetration Play, Look At Us, The Arrival, Conspicuous the musical, Amandine. Published by Samuel French, Random House and Playscripts. She is an affiliate artist with New Georges and select residencies or fellowships include Sundance, Hedgebrook, Blue Mountain Center, Cherry Lane Mentor Project, The Lark, and the Civilians.