Want to write a short play, but don't know where to start?
Not a problem! We'll give you four easy exercises to get your writerly brain juices flowing. Check it out...
Exercise 1: Think of a Character
We're starting with something simple. Choose a character– but not just any character. Choose a character you can see doing something. This character is someone who's going to take action. In other words, this is your protagonist, your main character, your activist.
He or she probably wants something. He/She must want it badly, too! Whatever he/she desires, they're going to do whatever they can to get it.
So, for now– A character, who is likely to do something, because he/she has a strong want.
What is your character going to do? Stay tuned for part 2 to find out!
Parts 2, 3, and 4 coming soon!
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