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OREGON ONLINE: End of Play.™ Pens Down Celebration

May 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Free
Online, N/A, Portland, OR 97207
A celebration for dramatists in Oregon to share experiences and progress during End of Play.™ – National Playwriting Month in Oregon.

Woohoo! We did it!

Celebrate End of Play.™ with other Oregon Dramatists in this informal Zoom party. If you want, please bring a page or two of your new work to share. We’ll toast our accomplishments and chat about next steps. As always, dogs, cats, and opossums welcomed.

This event is free and open to all participants of End of Play.™ in Oregon.

End of Play.™ National Playwriting Month is an annual initiative, created by the Dramatists Guild, to incentivize the completion of new plays over the period of one month. Visit the Dramatists Guild website to find out more.

Rachael Carnes (she/her/hers), Portland/Oregon Regional Representative

Matthew Miller (he/him/his), Portland/Oregon Ambassador

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The Dramatists Guild is committed to ensuring inclusive and accessible programming. Please email jstovall@dramatistsguild.com with any questions in regard to accessibility, including your own accessibility requirements.

The Dramatists Guild office in New York City sits on the Wickquasgeck trail (eventually renamed Broadway by the colonists who stole it) and the traditional, ancestral, unceded territory of the Lenape.