Writer Gregory L Hudson's workshop, "The Process of Writing" at Atlanta Black Theatre Festival
Gregory L Hudson, author of the newly released book, "Why I Sued Eddie Murphy" will conduct a one time only (Free) workshop, "The Process of Writing" on Friday, October 5, 2012 at 10am at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival. Registration is required.
The workshop "simplifies the writing process (plays, films, books,) from start to finish in any genre. It focuses on "the beginning, middle, and end" when creating a new work, with emphasis on "selecting a title" and "chapter breakdown." The workshop also discusses and offers strategies for what to do when faced with "writers block." The workshop is interactive (with the audience reading selections from the author's plays, films, and books) and concludes with a 30 minute Q&A. Registration is required. http://atlantablacktheatrefestival.org/
Gregory is known for his clever use of dialogue, unique characters, sensational storytelling in his works, and has also authored 3 other books; "Monologues:
His latest book, "Why I Sued Eddie Murphy" is a 'captivating' book that gives a first person account of a massive (100 million dollar) ten year copyright infringement lawsuit over the hit movie, "Life" starring Eddie Murphy, Martin Lawrence, Heavy D and others. http://www.youtube.com/
Gregory has a MFA in Performing Arts Management and a BA in Theatre from Brooklyn College, in Brooklyn, NY. He has written numerous stage plays (all produced on the New York Stage), screen plays, tv pilots, and radio dramas. He currently teaches theatre/drama at Junior High School 231 in Queens, NY and is a featured artists in an up-coming documentary (produced by Carla B. Boone) called "Injustice For All: Summary Misjudgment"
For more information, contact:
Gregory L Hudson
917 446 3022
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