Multi-award-winning international playwright Simon Stephens spoke to John Yorke Story’s Katherine Press, and shares his thoughts on drama, creativity and the musical structure of scripts.
Ahead of BBC Writersroom’s annual Drama Room submission window, Katherine Press spoke to Development Executive Simon Nelson about his role at Writersroom and his top tips for writers planning to submit.
In our exclusive forums students share their work, receive feedback, and can ask the tutors questions. A Storytelling for Screen (Drama) participant was having trouble perfecting the treatment for her script, and, as always, tutor Chelsea Morgan Hoffmann responded with some truly elucidating advice. Read on for a sneak peek of what students on the courses can expect.
John Yorke regularly drops into the practical online course developed to accompany his bestselling book, Into The Woods. This week he met up with screenwriting students in our chatroom to answer questions on writing theme, characters and intertwining storylines.
You’ve perfected your first spec script and are ready to send it out to production companies. Congratulations on a huge achievement. So what’s the process? How do you get your work read and your talent noticed? Here, we explore the steps an aspiring writer can take towards success.
Story isn’t just essential for writing novels and screenplays – we hear, read and tell countless stories every day. In the first of our Story in Action series, we speak to musician Frank Turner about how he incorporates story into both his music and live performances.