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Live In-person Scriptwriting Workshops

As with most of our workshops, these are FREE and open to the general public.

Sessions are held in an historic schoolhouse building in Orlando on the fourth Thursday of each month.
The building, which used to be a school, is run by Orange County; whom we are grateful to for donating the space. Located at 99 E Marks Street, Orlando, FL 32803, the building currently houses the Marks Street Senior Citizen Center.


The next scriptwriting workshop is scheduled for July 21 from 6:00pm to 7:50pm.


    How It Works:

    • Register for the next workshop using the form below.
    • Have a pdf copy of your script pages ready (10 pages max).
    • A link to upload your pages to an online drive will be provided by email within 24 hours prior to start.
    • Everyone at the workshop will be able to read your script on their devices.
    • Script actions and headings are read by a narrator, character lines are read by an attendee as your script “comes to life”.
    • At the end of each script session, feedback and ideas for the writer are exchanged by the attendees.
    • Once the workshop is over, the link and the script pages will be removed.

    This is a great way to gain helpful notes and feedback on your script so you can make those final “tweaks”.

    Orlando, Florida – Free Live Scriptwriting Workshops are held on the fourth Thursday of each month.

    Live Scriptwriting Workshop
    Orange County Florida
    Thanks go to Orange County Florida for Providing the Classroom Space for this Workshop Series

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