Come continue our exploration of dialogue development with Nancy Alexander. She will facilitate a ‘dialogue in action’ exercise, which will provide an in-depth, experiential understanding of how we write, read and understand dialogue.

We will see how interpretation is affected by context and scene setting, and notice what happens when they are absent.

Audience participation will be encouraged as we ‘Act It Out’ and learn more about how to create natural, believable and realistic dialogue that conveys the author’s message.

Join us for this fun, interactional, educational evening.

Thursday, February 16, 2017
7:00 – 9:00

Owen Brown Community Center
6800 Cradlerock Way
Columbia, MD 21045

About the Speaker
Nancy Alexander devoted her professional life to helping those in need through her psychotherapy practice, providing intensive reconstructive services to adult survivors of childhood trauma. She has also presented her work at numerous conferences, developed mental health training programs and advocated socially constructive legislation.

Since she Nancy Alexander (2)retired, she has focused on her writing. Nancy’s writing seamlessly integrates her in-depth knowledge of the human mind and her keen sensitivity to interpersonal and moral dilemmas.

After publishing several short stories, her ‘Elisabeth Reinhardt’ series launched Relentless, which concretized her love of psycho-thrillers and interest in trauma recovery. With Seeing Double, she addressed conflicts swirling through the Middle East, its complex history and enduring multi-cultural dilemmas. Her ‘Olive Branch’ series mirrors the global political struggles of our time.

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