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with Douglas Moser


Dialogue is so much more than people talking, more profound than everyday conversation. Effective dialogue can elevate your storytelling, adding detail, color, and humor to your text. In this 4-week intensive, we will be examining just how dialogue works, for fiction, non-fiction, film, and stage. We'll take an in-depth look at how dialogue is rooted in character and encompasses everything from psychology to physiology. In-class exercises will help you gain new insight into crafting dialogue that sings. For writers of all levels.


Online via ZOOM

(link will be sent the week of 1st class)

4 Tuesdays

February 6, 13, off, 27, March 5

6:30pm to 8:30pm  EST






About the Instructor:

Douglas Moser is a Connecticut-based author and director. Memoir pieces published in Echo, Peculiar, and the Good Men Project. The winner of the Connecticut Critics' Circle award for "A Christmas Carol,” for its premiere at the Westport Country Playhouse. He made his opera debut directing the groundbreaking opera, Patience & Sarah at Lincoln Center. Before Covid hit he directed Spinning at Long Wharf Theatre. Other projects throughout New York, and regionally, Fairfield, and Stamford. Moser's novel, James & Jim, a comic thriller, was workshopped at the Writers Hotel. He is also developing a YA novel, Pussy Boy, developed at Westport Writers’ Workshop and Yale Summer Writers’ Program. His short film Glacier Bay, received numerous awards on the festival circuit.

Delving into Dialogue with Doug Moser – ONLINE

SKU: PL746w24-tues
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