503Studio Masterclass: Writing for Theatre vs Television, Zak Zarafshan
What are the main differences between writing for television versus theatre? When is your idea for theatre versus television? How should you approach the mediums differently? What can you learn from each medium about the other? Where do they cross over and how can you begin a career in either? This session will focus on exploring the differences and similarities between the development process in theatre versus television, as well as some of the practicalities of working in the two different industries.
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Time: 7pm – 9.30pm
Running time of workshop: 2.5 hours – delivered online. Maximum class sizes are 14.
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Zak Zarafshan is a British-Iranian playwright and screenwriter from the East Midlands, based in London. His debut play, THE BOYS ARE KISSING, was developed as part of Theatre503’s Writers In Residence scheme, the 503Five. He was previously a part of the Soho Theatre Writers Lab, Tamasha Playwrights Group, and was shortlisted for Channel 4’s 4Stories scheme. Alongside writing, he works in television drama, helping other writers develop original dramas for the screen.
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