Mastering Story Structure - A guide for writing unforgettable plays
By Bill Johnson
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Published: Jan. 27, 2012
Words: 22,125 (approximate)
Bill Johnson uses reviews of Romeo and Juliet, The Heidi Chronicles, Death of a Salesman, Hamlet, and The Iceman Cometh to teach the art and craft of writing powerful plays. Using this guide, you'll be able to learn about writing plays from masters of the craft.
Bill Johnson uses reviews of Romeo and Juliet, The Heidi Chronicles, Death of a Salesman, Hamlet, and The Iceman Cometh to teach the art and craft of writing powerful plays. Using these plays, he shows how new playwrights can learn the craft of writing for theater from master of the stage.
Bill is author of the website, A Story is a Promise, where he writes about popular novels, films, and plays. He's also the author of A Story is a Promise & The Spirit of Storytelling, a popular handbook on the craft of writing.
His workbook offers valuable lessons on how to write a book or how to get a novel ready for self publishing.
, romeo and juliet
, writing plays
, writing a play
, how to write a play
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