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Friday, March 1 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Playwriting With the Bard: Avoiding Sentimentality Through “King Lear”

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Together, we’ll examine how Shakespeare resisted the popular trend of sentimental and too-easy reconciliation in his masterpiece “King Lear.” This creative workshop will explore Shakespeare’s own creative process and give writers a jump-start toward completing their own new and powerful play.

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David Schwingle

Playwright, Voice and Acting Coach
As a voice and acting coach (RRT), assistant professor, playwright, and actor, David regularly creates new plays and acts in Shakespeare’s. David’s one-act play, My Brother’s Keeper, was published in 2005. In 2015, David's short play, Separate, was produced at Tesseract Theatre... Read More →


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