Writing Great Characters
What do Scarlett O’Hara, Hamlet, Blanche DuBois, and Michael Corleone have in common? All are great characters. Whether you are a playwright, screenwriter, novelist, or television writer, the ability to create compelling, unforgettable characters is key. Ultimately, it is the recognizable yet surprising and unique character that draws in readers and audience members and leads them forward. Through a combination of in-class exercises, lectures, reading, and writing assignments, learn how to create detailed, compelling characters.
You'll Walk Away with
- The ability to create detailed, compelling characters
- An understanding of how characters draw in readers and audience members and lead them forward through the story
- Playwrights, screenwriters, novelists, and television writers
- Writers of all levels