Accessibility and Code of Conduct
The Dramatists Guild is committed to ensuring inclusive and accessible programming. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions in regard to accessibility, including your own accessibility requirements. By registering for this event, you agree that you will comply with the Dramatists Guild Code of Conduct for Community Spaces, located at www.dramatistsguild.com/code-conduct-community-spaces. Failure to do so may result in removal from the meeting.
About this Event
This session will be moderated by Twin Cities DG Regional Rep, Eric "Pogi" Sumangil.
Saturday, June 18, 2022
Eastern Time: 11am
Central Time: 10am
Mountain Time: 9am
Pacific Time: 8am
For a list of all other available Silent Writing dates and times, click here.
What is Dramatists Guild National Silent Writing?
We understand that writing can feel like a solitary task from time to time, which may make finding the motivation to write difficult. To assist in this, starting September 2021, the Dramatists Guild is offering online silent writing sessions available for anyone across the country to drop into at any time. These sessions will be hosted by our Regional Representatives, Ambassadors, and volunteer hosts all across the country.
How does it work?
More times and dates will be added as they become available. If you would like to volunteer to host a Silent Writing session, please fill out this form.
This silent writing session is taking place in the month of April, meaning it is free and open to all participants registered for End of Play.® National Playwriting Month.
Ready to take the pledge to write the first draft of a new play over the month of April? You can register here for End of Play.® 2022!
End of Play.® is an annual initiative, created by the Dramatists Guild, to incentivize the completion of new plays, scores or songs over the period of one month. Starting with a successful launch in 2020, hundreds of participating dramatic writers across the world connected with one another to overcome obstacles that stand in the way of writing the first draft of new plays.
Jordan Stovall (they/them/theirs), Director of Outreach & Institutional Partnerships