Sun, Mar 15 | NOW ONLINE

Community Class: Finding Your Story

TV Writer and Tisch Represents Producer, Kim Kressal, will help you find the story you should be telling (and selling). Kim will teach you how to mine your life to harness your authentic voice then provide you with easy steps to write your original pilot. Open to anyone with a desire to write.
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Community Class: Finding Your Story

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Mar 15, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
NOW ONLINE, ONLINE

About the Event

NOTE: After much consideration, we've decided to move Tisch Represents events ONLINE until the threat of COVID-19 subsides. When you register for this class, you'll be sent instructions.

In this 90 minute workshop, TV Writer and Tisch Represents Producer, Kim Kressal, will help you find the story you should be telling (and selling). Kim will teach you how to mine your life to harness your authentic voice, then provide you with easy steps to write your original pilot. No experience necessary, open to anyone with a desire to write. Particpants should come with a notebook and writing utensil (you will not need your laptop).

Kim Kressal is an LA-based writer, director, and producer. She sold her semi-autobiographical queer dramedy “Stealth” to Escape Artists/UCP. She developed her political drama “Scorched Earth” with producer Gavin Polone/Pariah and is developing her limited series “How To Breathe Underwater” with Automatik/MGM. Kimberlea is the writer and librettist of the stage musical “Lesbian Love Octagon,” which played to sold-out houses and rave reviews off Broadway and is in development as a series with DiGa Studios. She currently teaches the popular course TV Writing for the Actor. For ten years she was the Resident Director for the New York City-based theatre company Wreckio Ensemble. She is an arts education and LGBTQ activist who has built her career around elevating the stories of women and LGBTQ people. Kimberlea is represented by Manage-Ment and Creative Artists Agency (CAA). In high school, Kim received state and national accolades for her pantomime about...wait for it...fetal alcohol syndrome. 

Community Classes are offered by members of our community to our community. Instructors may be fresh out of Tisch or forty years into their careers. Topics may range anywhere from social media stories to self-tape success to slaying a staffing meeting. 

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