WRITE IT OUT!
A TEN-WEEK PLAYWRITING WORKSH0P FOR ARTISTS LIVING WITH HIV.
Write It Out! is a free, 10-week virtual playwriting program that helps artists living with HIV sharpen their playwriting skills as they find and develop their voices. The program aims to create a community for people of similar lived experiences to express themselves freely, while amplifying the visibility of HIV+ artists in theater in tandem.
Creator Donja R. Love is an Afro-Queer HIV-positive, award-winning playwright, and arts educator. Love led intensive workshops designed to challenge, as well as support, 12 emerging artists as they find their unique voices and navigate through their status. The final presentation will unveil each student’s work and explore themes of Identity and Community.
Write it Out! is presented in partnership with The Lark, MOBI, and The Each-Other Project.
THE LARK is an international theater laboratory, based in New York City, dedicated to empowering playwrights by providing transformative support within a global community.
NATIONAL QUEER THEATER is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in New York City with a mission to foster and support LGBTQ communities through social justice in the performing arts.
MOBILIZING OUR BROTHERS INITIATIVE (MOBI) is a series of curated social connectivity events for gay and queer men of color to see their holistic self while promoting community, wellness, and personal development.
THE EACH-OTHER PROJECT is an organization that helps build community and provide visibility, through art and advocacy, for LGBTQ+ People of Color.