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We're hosting our next writing workshop. Bring your work and prepare to read.

Hi everyone,

We'll be hosting our next writing workshop on Sunday, December 9 at the Fillmore Police Station. Bring your written works in progress, and come prepared to read and offer constructive critiques.

Anyone interested in writing or LGBT theatre is welcome. We're a diverse group of people who enjoy coming together to encourage and support others in this medium.

The Fillmore police department is conveniently located within a block of the MUNI 5 line, and right next to a MUNI 22 line stop.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Left Coast Theatre Company

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  • ron

    Provides a great learning experience. I find it inspires me in this creative outlet. I wish to catch add'l meetings, but will be out of state January.

    December 10, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I will be back.

    December 10, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm a newbie writer. Where can I find more info about the guidelines for submissions? I won't be able to join the Dec. 9 meeting because I have a visiting guest to show around, but I have a concept for both spring and fall topics. Deadline for spring is probably too soon to make it but will try for the fall topic.
    Also, is there a list of actors/actresses who are active with the group so I can try to write the parts for them? I've just finished 3rd draft of a screenplay and finding it very difficult to get people to do the roles. So now I'm thinking that in writing for the stage, it's probably better to write parts for available actors instead.

    December 2, 2012

    • Rhoda

      Joey, thank you for the email. I do believe we have standard play formatingon our website at Left Coast Theatre If its not there, please let us know and we can email you back.

      December 3, 2012

    • Rhoda

      Also, we have about 15 set actors in the company. In regards to writing for them, from experience, its bets to just figure out the characters and write for the characters in your mind, versus real people. I hope that makes sense. If you have any other questions, please let me know.

      December 3, 2012

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