Screenwriting for Writers (Adult Master Class)

April 19, 2018 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Screenwriting for Writers

We’re pleased to announce a special evening Master Class with actor, screenwriter, and producer Bill Timoney. During the class, Bill shares his long experience as a professional storyteller to give us insight into and practical tips on how to incorporate professional screenwriting techniques in our own writing. His class includes writing exercises (and maybe even some acting tricks), focusing on key components of a successful story, such as dialogue and characterization. He also offers advice on how to get started with writing your own screenplay, highlighting resources and tools that have been useful to him during his career.

Date: Thursday, April 19, 2018
Time: 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Location: Project Write Now, 25 Bridge Ave., Suite 130, Red Bank
Instructor: Bill Timoney

Bill Timoney has worked in the entertainment industry for four decades. Primarily an actor in film, TV, and theater (including Broadway), the New Jersey native and current Monmouth County resident’s eclectic and versatile career also encompasses screenwriting, producing, and development. His wide range of projects include writing for the Nickelodeon Channel’s TV movie division, working as the writers’ assistant on a “Star Trek” TV series, and adapting scripts for dubs of Japanese animation. Bill currently provides script coverage and analysis for several Los Angeles-based clients, from talent agencies to production companies (including actor/producer Bryan Cranston).

For more about Bill and to see his many acting credits, visit his Wikipedia page here.