ART OF ADAPTATION
- Diana Wortham Theatre 18 Biltmore Avenue Asheville, NC, 28801 United States (map)
ART OF ADAPTATION
Presented by Flatiron Writers Room: The process of adaptation almost always affects the original storyline whether it began its life as a book, a film, a magazine article, a podcast or a song. Join us for an enlightening discussion on the principles and best practices for maintaining a story's roots while adapting it into a new format.
Brenda Lunsford Lilly is a professor in the Film and Television Program at Western Carolina University where she served as Interim Director in 2014 and has directed a number of stage productions.
Jennifer Trudrung has come a long way from when she used to pray for thunderstorms to get out of presenting campfire programs in front of people when she worked as a Park Ranger in Canyonlands National Park.
Sybil Rosen is an award-winning novelist, short story writer, and playwright.
Award winning Plays include: Smart People, Stick Fly, Voyeurs de Venus, The Bluest Eye, The Gift Horse, Harriet Jacobs, The Inside, and Stage Black.
Exploring stories that have inspired wide-spread, real-world change.
This hands-on workshop is designed around a series of self-reflective questions to help participants gain clarity and courage to take whatever Next Steps will deepen their alignment with what their lives are calling-for from them.
A discussion about some of the movements that have been successful and some that have not and ways to start your own revolution online.
A discussion about how to spot fake news, how to check your sources, and how marketing and advertising influences the information we receive daily.
A discussion of how intense public debate can and has lead to things getting better for everybody, and how to utilize the tools of mediation and creativity to arrive at not just compromise, but a win-win situation.
Iinformative workshop exploring the film and television industries best practices for casting.
An enlightening discussion on the principles and best practices for maintaining a story's roots while adapting it into a new format.
A discussion about all the myriad ways we can support women in the quest for equality, both in our communities and in our work.