Character Dialogue: It isn’t what a character says, it’s what a character does.

Saturday, Dec 5, 2020
9:30 – 11:00 am (Central Time)

On Zoom

($30 for current members of our Roundtable groups and for WWA members)

Dialogue is action, not conversation. How are real characters fleshed out through dialogue? How do they “sound” on the page? Complete characterization starts with honesty of dialogue, which arises from honesty of character foundation.  But what is character honesty? Learn how to develop a voice model for the character and how to write accents without resorting to byzantine diction. Appropriate for writers of plays, fiction, and nonfiction

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($30 for current members of our Roundtable groups and for WWA members)

John Leicht was the Resident Playwright for the Milwaukee Repertory Theater from 1987 to 1997. His mainstage productions were An American Journey and Moot as well as two juke box musicals for the Rep’s Cabaret – Hula Hoop Sha-Boop and Psychedelic Sundae. John’s other work has been produced all around the country. John is now in the editing stage of two novels Making the Music and Thersites – The Iliad and Odyssey: What Really Happened. He is the recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the W. Alton Jones Foundation and the New York City Arts Club.