All the world’s a stage
How to make your play or film really strike a chord. Learn about dialogue, structure and get tips about writing for an audience.
With David Mence
Wednesday 14 April 2010 from 5pm-7pm
Plus Panel Session: Dear Diary
Readings and discussions about childhood diaries and journals with Sam Cooney, Maddie Kellie and Nathan Smith.
Wednesday 14 April 2010 from 7.30pm - 8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome
David Mence is Artistic Director of White Whale Theatre, dividing his time between writing and directing for theatre. He is completing a PhD in the School of Culture & Communication at the University of Melbourne.
Sam Cooney recently completed a BA (professional & creative writing) with a second major in Literature. He writes fiction, nonfiction, articles and reviews, and is the Books & Literature columnist at Voiceworks magazine.
Maddie Kelly is 16 and has been keeping journals for three years. Passionate about art, literature and music, she hopes to very soon be able to speak German fluently, travel the world and eventually own her own bookstore
Nathan Smith, now 18, has been writing journals since he was 12. He won ‘The Age Young Reviewer of the Year’ when he was in year nine
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email email@example.com to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.