Outlining Lab Live 2018 | NewMusicalsInc

Outlining Lab Live 2018

Date/Time:
Wed, Jul 11
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location:
New Musicals Inc.
5628 Vineland Avenue
North Hollywood, CA 91601

Instructor: Elise Dewsberry

Six Wednesday evenings from 7pm to 10pm

July 11, 18, 25, and August 1, 8, and 15

Course Fee: $395 (discounted from the regular online fee of $595)

The Outlining Lab is available in-person OR online (or a combination of the two!) Video lectures, exercises, handouts, and tests are all available online. Attend the live sessions for feedback on your homework assignments – or submit your work online if you can’t make the sessions.

An outline can be an invaluable writer’s tool for clarifying the structure and story arc of a musical idea. It can then serve as a blueprint for the rough draft that the collaborators will use to develop the new musical. Writers who skip this important step in the development process are likely to find themselves bogged down with a partially written new show that is riddled with logical inconsistencies, and does not compellingly deliver the intentions of the creative team.

In the Outlining Lab, you will be lead step-by-step through the process of developing a musical idea from concept through to a working outline, with detailed constructive feedback along the way. By the end of this ten-unit course, you should have a well-developed and detailed outline that will solidly prepare you for the collaborative task of writing your new musical.

Along with the basic six steps to an outline, other topics dealt with will include:
Types of Conflict
20 Questions for your Outline
Language of an Outline
Dealing with Feedback
Pitch and Synopsis
One-Liner and Logline

Don’t start writing until your outline is rock solid!

USE THE FORM BELOW TO REGISTER FOR THIS SIX-WEEK COURSE


Outlining Lab Live 2018

RESERVATION FORM

This is event is totally SOLD OUT.

If you wish to put your name on a Waiting List, please email us at ADMIN@NMI.ORG and let us know the event you would like to attend, and how many tickets you would need.

(You can also consider just showing up at the event in case there are cancellations or no-shows.)