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October 22, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm PDT

Playing with Words

Our annual playwriting workshop is also back in person! Led by our Host Playwright Beth Kander and this year’s Fall Festival winning playwrights, the writing-intensive workshop features insights, in-class writing time, and a few tips and tricks from the playwrights, helping you take the next steps in your own writing journey!

All writers are welcome, whether you usually write plays, poetry, non-fiction, or fiction; are a seasoned writer or are just starting out. There’s room for everyone at our writers’ table.

The workshop is free for ANPF members and students or $10 for non-members. If you need access to lower pricing, please email boxoffice@ashlandnewplays.org for registration assistance.


Catalyst Ashland
357 E. Main Street
Ashland, OR 97333 United States
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Playing with Words

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Covid Precautions

Masks are required in the lobby and theatre. At the door, please also be prepared to show either proof of vaccination + booster OR a negative COVID-19 test (PCR test taken within 72 hours or negative rapid antigen test taken within 6 hours). Photocopies or digital photos are fine.

We are a small organization and the health and safety of our artists and patrons are of the utmost importance.


BOX OFFICE: The box office opens one hour before showtime. The house opens for seating approximately 30 minutes before showtime.

PARKING: Free parking is available in the SOU lot. Signage will be posted.

SEATING: Seating is general. ANPF Members at the Benefactors level and above receive reserved seating. For patrons needing wheelchair assistance, email boxoffice@ashlandnewplays.org.

RUNTIMES: Each play's runtime will be shared on the individual playbill pages midway through the new play development process the Festival Week.