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Start writing plays - Audio
In this album, some of our current and most well-respected playwrights offer an insight into the mechanics and beauty of writing for the stage. Contributors include Alan Ayckbourn, David Edgar, Bryony Lavery and Willy Russell, who discuss their own work and the pleasures and pitfalls of crafting a script. All of the fundamental topics, from character and structure to dialogue and editing, are covered in detail in a series of entertaining and insightful interviews. This material forms part of The Open University course A176 Start writing plays.
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4.8 stars from 11 ratings
Packed with fantastic insight
These little episodes are packed with an astonishing amount of insight and perspective from multiple established U.K. dramatists. It’s a series of multiple points of view from working artists about how they come to make plays. After listening to the series once, I know I’m going to return to...Read full review »
Katoagogo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/15/18
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