Courses

Playwriting II: Intermediate Playwriting

A continuation of work begun in Introductory Playwriting, in this class, students will complete either one full-length play or two long one-acts (40-60 pages) to the end of gaining a firmer understanding of characterization, dialogue, structure, and the playwriting process. In addition to questions of craft, an emphasis will be placed on the formation of healthy creative habits and the sharpening of critical and analytical skills through reading and responding to work of both fellow students and contemporary playwrights of note.

Prerequisites and Restrictions:
THR 205 and Program Director’s permission. Please contact Professor Jane Cox (janecox@Princeton.edu) for more information.

Faculty

ABOUT

This course rotates a professional playwright every spring, supported by the Berlind Playwriting Fund.

Jiehae Park’s plays include Peerless (produced in 2017 by the Program in Theater), Hannah and the Dread Gazebo, Here We Are Here, and contributions to Wondrous Strange. Her work has been developed through Playwright’s Horizons, Yale Rep, Soho Rep, CTG Writers Workshop, and elsewhere. She is a past Hodder Fellow at Princeton, NYTW Usual Suspect, LCT New Writer in Residence and a staff writer for season one of Marvel’s Runaways.

Sections

S01

Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructor(s)

Jihae Park