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WRITE WITH US
Saturday February 6th, 2016 at 3pm
Sunday February 7th, 2016 at 11am

How to Begin (and Begin Again): One of the primary challenges of starting a new play is allowing yourself to begin from a place of not knowing – a terrifying state to be in, but the frame of mind from which the most interesting and intimate work derives. In this class, we will identify structural elements and procedural choices, allowing writers to observe – and disrupt – their habitual patterns and assumptions. We will explore ways to stay off balance, and tactics for engaging with new work in a manner that compels us to move into unknown structural, thematic and stylistic territory. The class is open to writers at all levels.

Greg Moss wrote Orange, Hat & Grace which was produced as part of the 2009/2010 Soho Rep. season.

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You’re invited to become a creator and collaborator at our home on Walker Street during WRITE WITH US, a festival of free workshops with writers who have recieved productions at Soho Rep. Each playwright will share their unique creative process with you, and beginners are welcome.

Classes are open to 60 participants. If sold out, a digital waitlist will go live the week of WRITE WITH US at www.sohorep.org

All workshops are free.

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Gregory Moss is a writer, performer and educator from Newburyport, MA.  His work has been seen at La Comédie Française, Clubbed Thumb, The Guthrie, Playwrights Horizons, PlayPenn, Soho Rep, Steppenwolf Garage, and New York Theatre Workshop. Gregory is a 2012 MacDowell Fellow, a Playwrights Center Core Member, and the recipient of a 2010-2011 Jerome Fellowship and a 2011-2012 McKnight Fellowship. His work has been published by Play: A Journal of Playsn+1, and Playscripts. He is currently working on commissions from Woolly Mammoth and Broadway Across America. In collaboration with composer/lyricist Joe Iconis, he’s creating a new musical based on the life and work of Hunter S. Thompson, which will premiere at La Jolla Playhouse in the summer of ‘17. Recent and upcoming productions include “I promised myself to live faster” in collaboration with Pig Iron Theatre Co., at the 2015 Humana Festival of New American Plays at The Actor’s Theatre of Louisville;  Reunion at South Coast Repertory (“Best New Play of 2014,” The OC Weekly)Billy Witch at Studio 42 and APAC (NY), House of Gold at La Comédie Française (Winner, Prix du Public) and at EST-LA (LA Times and LA Weekly Critics’ Pick); sixsixsix, Antimatter Collective, NY (Editor’s Pick, Flavorpill). His latest play, Indian Summer, will premiere at Playwrights’ Horizons in April 2016. Writing and news are updated regularly at www.gregorysmoss.com.

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