How to write a play? It’s ‘3-2-1, You’re On!’

Jun 8, 2022 | Around Ottawa County | 0 comments

Playmakers Civic Theater and The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council are gearing up to help writers with the thorny problem of “How to Write a Play,” the next workshop in the “3-2-1, You’re On!” project.

Join aspiring playwrights, area writers, actors, and directors at Playmakers Civic Theatre at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 15. This is a change from the previously published time of 2 p.m. to meet the requests of adults with work conflicts.

In this workshop Playwright, Lyricist, and Consulting Artistic Director Marilyn Forster will lead participants through the nuts and bolts of how to write a play that works on stage, complete with a practice session where you’ll develop your own characters and scenes.

Forster will reveal the process to perfect a play using her own experiences “workshopping the play” with equity actors in New York, as well as college and community theatre actors in Ohio. If you’ve ever had the itch to write a play, then this is the workshop designed to scratch it.

Your story is just waiting to be told.

Fees are always free for students and $10 for adults. Registration is available at the door or at Playmakers Civic Theatre is located at 604 W. Sixth St., Port Clinton. For further information contact Douglas E. Braun, 419-346-7796 or

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