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MasterClass-David Mamet Teaches Dramatic Writing – David Mamet

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Trying to understand drama? Look no further than everyday life. David teaches you howto recognize drama at its best—when it seeks to simply entertain, not teach.

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1. Introduction

David outlines what he’ll cover in this class, and the best mindset you can have to learn howto write great drama.

2. Purpose of Drama

Trying to understand drama? Look no further than everyday life. David teaches you howto recognize drama at its best—when it seeks to simply entertain, not teach.

3. Purpose of Drama (Cont’d)

Learn how drama functions as a form of myth, the ways in which it enlightens the complexities of humanity, and how it provides us with an outlet for expressing the issues that preoccupy us.

4. Dramatic Rules

As a dramatist, your job is to tell a story. David teaches you howto keep your story simple by using Aristotle’s Poetics as a guide. Learn howto keep your hero’s journey at the heart of your narrative.

5. Dramatic Rules (Cont’d)

Start at the beginning of your story and don’t stop until you reach the end. Throw away anything that isn’t plot. David teaches you what to cut from your script and how to master the rules of writing.6. Story Ideas

David teaches you how to harness your fantasies and life experiences for drama. Look for drama in places where you’d least expect It and discover the inspiration behind several of his plays.

7. Character

David teaches you what character really is—action. Learn how to create objectives for your characters and avoid the erroneous techniques commonly taught.

8. Plot

Plot is paramount. Become familiar with the essential ingredients of a plot like the precipitating event and the second-act problem. Learn how to find the plot hiding behind your scenes.

9. Structuring the Plot

David shares with you the methods he uses to structure a plot and teaches you howto connect plot points.

10. Structuring the Plot (Cont’d)

Learn the ins and outs of the structure of a three-act play and howto achieve cohesion across acts.11. Case Study: Structuring the Plot – American Buffalo

David discusses the history of American Buffalo and delves into its plot, teaching you the symbolism of the eponymous coin and how the narrative speaks to viewers on a deeply human level.

12. Case Study: Structuring the Plot – Glengarry Glen Ross

David shares the inspiration behind Glengarry Glen Ross and discusses the differences between drama and tragedy.

13. Dialogue

Learn how David developed his style for writing dialogue, famously known as “Mamet-speak,” and where to draw inspiration when trying to write great dialogue.

14. Dialogue (Cont’d)

David talks about what informs and motivates dialogue, and howto achieve a musicality and rhythm in your character’s speech pattern.

15. Narration & Exposition

Writing drama is not the same as conveying information. A dramatist’s job is to entertain, not bore, the audience. Learn howto recognize unnecessary narration and exposition and howto let the audience help you cut it out.16.Scenes

Every scene must contain three things. Learn what those are and howto recognize and remove scenes that are unnecessary to your script.

17. Writing Process

David discusses how he begins writing, the environment in which he likes to write, how he deals with writer’s block, and how he looks to Hemingway for inspiration on howto begin writing.

18. Writing Process (Cont’d)

David tells us that there isn’t a fairy dust that will fix your script and explains the simple difference between him and an artist who spends his or her days simply dreaming about becoming a writer.

19. The Audience

Learn how David reveres his audiences, what they are looking for when they come to the theatre, and how to learn from them.

20. Lies & Truth

Your responsibility as a writer: don’t lie. David discusses how the audience comes to the theatre to hear the truth and how drama helps us search for the truth. He gives examples of conveying the truth from two of his most revered plays.21. Lies & Truth (Cont’d)

David continues talking about the truth in two of his most controversial works: Oleanna and Race.

22. Actors

Learn from David, in the role of the theatre director, on how he views what makes a great actor and how to cast the right ones for your play.

23. Actors (Cont’d)

David tells us what he believes great actors should and shouldn’t do.

24. Life of a Dramatist

The life of a dramatist is fraught with uncertainty, but dedication and passion towards your craft can lead you beyond consciousness.

25. Life of a Dramatist (Cont’d)

David experiences the self-doubt common amongst writers. Learn how he overcomes it and the one thing you should avoid in order to forge a path towards becoming a writer.

26. Closing

David leaves you with parting words and an emotional story from one of his favorite science fiction novels.


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