THE D/FW PORTION OF THIS WORKSHOP IS CANCELED DUE TO ILLNESS. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
HOLD ON TO YOUR SHORTS!
led by Amparo Garcia-Crow
Austin – Saturday, November 13th @2:00, State Theatre, 719 Congress Ave
DFW – Monday, November 15th @ 7:00, Irving Arts Center, 3333 N. MacArthur Blvd.
$20 ASW members/ $35 General
Big or small, short or long, the art of telling a story has its 1, 2, 3s. Come brush up on how you successfully turn big stories into small packages!
Trust your impulses
Write what you didn’t expect was possible … at least for one evening!
Warm up for the Weeked Fling!
It’ll be the most fun you’ve had since you were in short pants.
Bring your laptop if you have one. And/or a yellow pad.
ABOUT AMPARO GARCIA-CROW
Amparo Garcia-Crow is a multi-disciplinary artist who acts, sings, directs and writes plays, screenplays and songs. As a playwright, Garcia-Crow has been developed at South Coast Repertory Theatre and has had world premieres Off-Broadway, Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, Latino Chicago and various theatres and universities in the Southwest. Most recently, she was an artist in residence with NYC’s Mabou Mines developing “Strip” a new burlesque musical. She is also in development with i25 Productions in Los Angeles with the screenplay “Appeal” and “Unknown Soldier: The New American Musical of Mexican Descent” which was recently featured in Hector Galen’s documentary: “Visiones (Visions): Latino Art and Culture” on PBS. Her most recent film “Death Rattle” which she wrote and produced recently premiered at the Los Angeles Latino International and Cine las Americas. Her half hour film, “Loaves and Fishes” (which she also stars in) aired on the PBS series “Territories”, after premiering at SXSW Film Festival and the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival. A former James Michener Fellow, Amparo won the Larry King Playwriting Award for her play, “Cocks Have Claws and Wings to Fly and most recently the national Mae West Festival’s “Best Female Protagonist” award for her play “Esmeralda Blue: La Mujer Moderna.” She presently teaches Playwriting at Austin Community College.