Fehinity African Theatre Ensemble (FATE) invites you to this monologue workshop series that will explore two contemporary pieces exploring identity and language, and a third type of your choice.
FATE will delve into conflict, heightened text and personal storytelling. The workshop series will work as a multi-step course guiding you through the process of developing monologues that are interesting, engaging, and suited to each writer. By the end of the class, participants will have the opportunity to audition their monologue to be part of this year’s Diaspora Monologues series.
RSVP Required. Space is Limited.
Please note: Participation in all three workshops is preferred, but not required.
Phillster Sidigu: Philister is a writer and director with an MFA in Writing for the Screen and Stage from Northwestern University. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Film and Video Production from Columbia College Chicago having previously studied at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, OH. In May 2011 her play Suicide received a reading at Goodman Theatre. In addition, Philister’s play Lost was produced as part of Regina Taylor’s State(s) of America series. She produced her first feature play, WRECKED, with Fehinty, and wrote and produced Fehinty’s 2019 mainstage play, A Ditch in Madagali.