Writing Prompts Examples

   Drama Blocking Writing Prompts

Theater Blocking Writing Prompts

1. Discarded Object

Write a scene that starts with a character casually discarding an object and ends with the object as an important token of love.

2. Impossible Scene

Write a scene that you think would be impossible to block. This can include wild sets, scene changes, characters in two places or impossible physics.

3. Grief Blocking

Block a scene with no dialogue that depicts a feeling of grief. Consider lighting, set, blocking and sound.

4. Set Change

Write a scene that continues seamlessly despite a set change in the middle of the action.

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