Explore and experiment with this short dramatic form. From Chekhov to Mamet, the one-act (short and longer), remains a challenging and powerful way to tell a story. Learn what creates
drama (setting, desperate characters, internal/external conflict) then pack it all into an intense moment in time and space. Whether it’s 2 pages or 10, or more, make it happen using dialogue, action, and characters to create a real-live play.
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