Sunday, May 21, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Wilma Studio, 265 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia
Sunday, May 21, 2023
When you are developing and directing a new play, you are “world building” alongside a playwright. In this one-day Directing Intensive, we will approach a scene from Eternal Life Part 1 by Nathan Alan Davis, a world premiere at the Wilma this spring, and explore the wildly different ways it could manifest.
With director as lead investigator, this workshop will ask participants to create and respond to work on their feet, and collectively reflect on the result.
Held in the Wilma Studio, 265 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.
Limited spots available! All levels of experience are welcome and encouraged to attend, as the class will build upon basic concepts. Ages 18 and up only.
Order this class and the Directing Intensive with Fadi Skeiker at the same time and save $50!
Savings will be added when both classes are in your shopping cart.
Morgan Green directs plays, films, podcasts, and dinnertime. Her work celebrates goofiness, visual poetry, and surprise. Green was a Co-founder of the award-winning theater company, New Saloon (Minor Character at The Public Theater, Cute Activist at The Bushwick Starr) and is currently a Co-Artistic Director at The Wilma Theater in Philadelphia, where she directed the Pulitzer Prize winning filmed production of Fat Ham by James Ijames (now on Broadway!), and Barrymore nominated School Pictures, by Milo Cramer. Other credits include The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe (West Coast Premiere, Marin Theater Company), The Music Man by Meredith Wilson, Far Away by Caryl Churchill (The Sharon Playhouse), and BOY FACTORY by Milo Cramer (Playwrights Horizons Soundstage). Her short film Good Guy was accepted into the San Francisco Indie Film Festival as well as the LA Independent Women Film Festival and Florida shorts. Her thesis film, One More Time With Feeling, is currently in post-production with a Panavision Early Filmmakers Post Production Grant. Morgan holds a BA in Theater Directing from Bard College and a MFA in Film Directing from the Feirstein School of Cinema, Brooklyn College. Proud member of SDC.