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THE VOICES OF AMERICA WRITERS WORKSHOP

at the PlayGround Experiment

Created and taught by David Davila, the Voices of America Writers Workshop is a free eight-week workshop for people of color and members of the trans community who want to learn how to tell their own stories through play and screenwriting.

Everyone's life experiences are important and there aren't enough trained POC writers to tell the multitude of POC stories. In this workshop non-writers learn to use tools from creative writing, dramatic writing, and comedy writing/improv - focusing on idea generation, the art of dialogue, and story structure to create multi-dimensional characters and captivating narratives.

At the end of the workshop writers present scenes in a public reading and are then invited to the PlayGround Experiment to continue working on their new creations. 

 
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LONE STAR THEATRE COMPANY

Texas Pages for New York Stages

David Davila is the founding artistic director of Lone Star Theatre Company, dedicated to bringing "Texas Pages to New York Stages" by creating innovative and fresh pieces of theatre for New Yorkers brought to you by Texans. Whether a play is by a Texas playwright, or features Texas talent and ingenuity, Lone Star Theatre aims to bring you entertaining theatrical events that will whisk you away from city life.

 
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CRAZYTOWN BLOG

an Artist's Assylum

From 2012 to 2016, David Davila was managing editor of the popular Bohemian Theatre Blog, Crazytown Blog, created by Ryan Scott Oliver. For almost a decade the site hosted essays, blogs, cultural commentary, and political satire written by up-and-coming theatre writers in New York including Davila, Joe Iconis, Rob Rokicki, Jennifer Ashley Tepper, Jaime Cepero, David Gomez, Michael R Jackson, and so many more!


In 2017 the website was bought by a for-profit company which rebranded and erased all content.

However, the original blog posts have been archived and are still available to read on typepad.com.