Ricardo VazquezMany Voices Program 2012
2012-13 MANY VOICES FELLOWSHIP
Ricardo Vazquez is a Puerto Rican actor/writer who has survived over twenty Minnesota winters to date. He has written articles for Minnesota Playlist, ATS.com, and one act scripts for the University of Minnesota New Works Series. As an actor he was recently seen around town in the title role of Teatro del Pueblo and Pangea World Theater's collaborative production of Oedipus El Rey, Mixed Blood's world premiere of Crashing the Party, and can also be seen weekly on the TV show M@dabout TV! airing nationally. When he is not auditioning around town, he can be heard struggling to learn classical guitar in Powderhorn Park.
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Playwriting Seminar: Imprinted Memory and the Rhythm of WordsDescription
This seminar will explore memories and how to incorporate these ideas in the writing of plays. We’ll discuss what to retain when recreating memories and how action can be built when recreating memory in theatrical writing. Seminar attendees will use a memory to form a one page play during the session.
Taught by 2012-13 Many Voices Fellow Ricardo Vazquez
Each month, the Playwrights' Center offers a seminar about the craft of playwriting. These sessions are taught by playwriting fellows and run from 6-8:30 pm in the Rehearsal Room at the Playwrights' Center. Seminars are free to current members and cost $20 for non members. Please contact Julia Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or (612) 332-7481 to sign up, or if you have any questions about learning opportunities at the Playwrights' Center.