[email protected]: Create a World: Setting in Film, Television, Plays, and Books
Recommended for ages 8 to 14
Stories can be set anywhere, from made-up universes to your very own home. Create the world of your story, fleshing out details of setting and potential conflicts that make it real.
Led by playwright, television writer, and journalist Yásaman Madadi, whose work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, The Nation, and Her Saturn Returns: Queer Women of Color Life Transitions. Their short play The Black Hair Diary was a Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts selection.
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