Creative Collaboration Workshop with Serena Norr and Shelley Molad
January 25, 2024 @ 6:30 pm
Unleash your creativity and expression to build connectivity with other women through writing, improv and movement exercises. Led by Yellow Studio Members, actor/writer Shelley Molad and Playwright Serena Norr, Yellow Studio invites you to join this special workshop.
Please wear comfortable clothing. A notebook and pen will be provided for each attendee.
This workshop is open to all women – no writing or acting experience necessary.
Space is limited to 10 attendees.
Bites and beverages will be served.
**This workshop was rescheduled from October 18 and December 19.
About Shelley Molad
Shelley Molad is an actor and writer, who has experience teaching theater and coaching on-camera acting to both children and adults. She received her MFA in Acting from the New School for Drama, her BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence and has studied at the Moscow Art Theater School and NYU Tisch School of Dramatic Writing. She has performed on stage, film, television and commercials and spent seven years writing theater reviews for the New York Theatre Experience. Her play Relativity was produced in multiple festivals in NYC. She lives in Westchester with her husband and two children.
About Serena Norr
Serena Norr is a writer, playwright, and founder of Let’s Make a Play, a playwriting program for kids and adults. Her plays have been performed at the Omaha Fringe Festival, White Plains Performing Arts Center, the New Deal Creative Arts Center, Westchester Collaborative Theater, The Players Theater with the Rogue Theater Festival and the NYC Short Play Festival, The Tank, The Flea, the University of Alabama as well as various productions over Zoom. Her plays have been published in the “Bittersweet Monologue Collection,” “ellipsis… literature & art Drama,” and the “Stonecoast Review.” She is a member of the Dramatists Guild, Westchester Collaborative Theatre, participant in the Kennedy Center Playwriting Intensive (2021), the National Women’s Theatre Festival (WTF) Directing Program (2022) and Producing/Directing Program (2023), and The Workshop Theater (2023). For more information, visit http://www.serenanorr.com/