Wed, Dec 06|
KST's Alloy Studios
exploring playwriting: a theatriQ workshop with Monteze Freeland
🌈 Calling Queer and Trans Creatives, ages 13-26 Join us December 6th as playwright and theater artist Monteze Freeland conducts a playwriting workshop focused on adapting older material for the modern stage and screen!
Time & Location
Dec 06, 2023, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
KST's Alloy Studios, 5530 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206, USA
🎭 Join us for an exhilarating theatriQ workshop with acclaimed playwright and theater artist, Monteze Freeland!
Ever wondered how to breathe new life into ageless tales, infusing them with a modern twist that resonates with today's audience? Look no further! In our last theatriQ workshop of the year, Monteze Freeland invites you to embark on a transformative journey of adaptation for the contemporary stage and screen.
You’re invited to bring a story, book, play, movie, or game that holds a special place in your heart. Together, we'll explore the realms of creative reinvention. Let’s embrace the power of queer storytelling!
What to Expect:
✨Engaging activities with a small group of peers
🎭Guidance around using tools of transformation
🌟Learn, grow, and express yourself in a supportive and creative environment
🌈 A haven for creative Queer and Trans youth
🗓️ Date: Wednesday December 6th
⏰ Time: 5:30-8pm
👥 Audience: Queer and trans creatives aged 13-26
🏢 Location: KST Alloy Studios 5530 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
💰 Stipends Available: Dreams of Hope compensates creative labor and has funding to provide stipends to theatriQ participants at the end of the series in December.
🎟️ Reserve Your Spot Today
This is a great opportunity to reimagine the classics and infuse them with a new, queer energy! Let's turn the pages of history and rewrite the narratives together. See you there! 🎬✨
Register today; we’d love to have you!
theatriQ is our performance arts ensemble for Queer and Trans youth ages 13-26. This workshop series is happening from October - December where local artists are holding space to learn about, discuss, and connect to a plethora of topics pertaining to theater and performing arts.
In spring (January to May), those that join the theatriQ ensemble will not only collaboratively envision a new production from the ground up, but also translate the collective work from paper to the stage for the world to see! This devising process is supported along the way by local teaching artists.