An opportunity for area playwrights of all experience levels to learn about the money-making aspects of their craft will be provided at the Seventh Annual Playwrights' Conference being held on Sept. 7 at Catholic University's Hartke Theatre in Washington.
Sponsored by the Playwrights' Forum of Washington, D.C. the conference will conduct workshops on writing techniques of the short play, the one-act play, the screen script, musical theater and young people's theater. The final workshop will center on the playwright-in-residence programs.
"The conference has become a tradition," said Ernie Joselovitz, a professional playwright and administrator for the event. "This year our prominent guests will include David LeVine, executive director of New York's Dramatists Guild, whose subject will be 'The Playwright as Money-Maker.' "