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You’ve got your story. You’ve got your characters. You’ve got the world of your show. Now all you have to is WRITE IT.
Writing for TV II will guide you through the process of writing a TV pilot. It will help you navigate the dauntingly specific challenges of the form (the classic guideline requires each pilot to hit 15 specific story beats) while never losing sight of what is thrilling and unique about it. Writing for TV II will be a combination of skills class and writing workshop, learning to use the demands TV writing not to frustrate your creativity, but to help it flourish.
Prerequisite: Writing for TV II requires either completion of Writing for TV I or consultation with the teacher.
This course is available for "remote" learning and will be available to anyone with access to an internet device with a microphone (this includes most models of computers, tablets). Classes will take place with a "Live" instructor at the date/times listed below.
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Founded in 1986, The Barrow Group is an award winning non-profit Off-Broadway theatre company, acting studio/school & arts center located in the heart of New York City.
The Barrow Group Acting School/Studio offers courses in acting and directing.
These NYC acting classes include: scene study...
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In this class, you’ll learn how to focus your story, trim the fat, tighten your dialogue and sharpen your action. You’ll refine the language of your script word by word, line by line, scene by scene and act by act. You’ll also learn how applying theme to your pilot will elevate your work and get you closer to the impeccable pilot script, which...
Wednesday Apr 14th, 6pm - 9pm Pacific Time(8 sessions)
Do you want to write for television, but don’t know where to start? Not to worry. Veteran TV writer Steven Peros will provide the foundation you need to begin your journey into the world of writing for the small screen. Steven has sold four pilots (to MTV and NBC-Universal, among others), and wrote for one of AMC’s first scripted series, (which...
Saturday May 8th, 10am - 1pm Pacific Time
You have all the elements of a great TV Comedy: a great premise, clear characters, an engaging world, and a solid beat sheet. Unfortunately, the thought of actually writing the pilot fills you with dread every time you stare down at the blank screen. No problem! Jack Kukoda (Superstore, Mr. Pickles) will take you through the paces in this 8-week Online...
Monday Apr 19th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Pacific Time(10 sessions)
This workshop is geared toward all levels of experience. Hundreds have participated in Eric’s Workshop, ranging from people who have never written a scene in their lives, to well-known comedians, professional screenwriters, and TV Producers. It’s geared toward beginners and the experienced. If you’ve taken sketch writing before, you’ll...
Thursday May 6th, 7pm - 10pm Pacific Time(8 sessions)
Note: This is primarily a lecture class with some in-class exercises but not everyone will get to share their writing for feedback due to the seminar format. Writing a TV pilot is a tall order for anyone and without firm footing, your feet are as good as clay. Fortunately, whether you’re writing a thriller set in outer space or an angsty teen...
Sunday May 9th, 2pm - 5pm Pacific Time
Do you have a hysterical idea for next season’s hit breakout comedy? Then this five-week TV Comedy Pilot Writing Workshop in Los Angeles is for you. Let your instructor share secrets for developing the DNA of your show, finding the funny, developing characters that bring us back, season after season. Through lively craft lectures and the instructor's...
Saturday Jun 5th, 10:30am - 1:30pm Pacific Time(5 sessions)
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