Workshop tuition and deposits are non-refundable.


One Online Class Session: Wednesday June 24th 7PM-8:15PM, CST

Length: 75 minutes

Class Cap: 30

Tuition $15

Instructor: Joanna Jamerson


In this workshop, attendees will be given tools on how to safely overshare under The Neo-Futurist aesthetic. The Neo-Futurists create and perform artistic works that are honest and risky, and we ask our peers and our audience to go on that “emotional journey” with us every single show; this can be emotionally taxing on everyone involved if approached without careful consideration. When we decide to take a risk on stage, physically or emotionally, there is a constant negotiation between audience and performer. Consent is paramount when taking an informed risk in writing or onstage.

Attendees will be invited to do a few short writing/brainstorming exercises and are welcome to bring previously written personal stories. In-class sharing is not required. Together we’ll reference previously written plays wherein Neos are taking informed risks, and a few personal examples the are BAD EXAMPLES THAT MAYBE YOU SHOULDN’T DO. (No previous Neo-Futurist experience required. Non-Emos also allowed.)


Class will be held online. Registration cutoff is at 6:00 PM on the day of class. Zoom link to be emailed by 6:30 PM on the day of class.


Enroll Here


Curious about other online workshops? 

Check out:

6/10: What’s a Wrench, and What does it Do? With Kurt Chiang

6/17: Diatribes, Rants, and Inane Mutterings: a guide to creating the Neo-Futurist Monologue With Nick Hart

7/1: Neo-Body With Trent Lunsford