Writing - If Your Body Could Talk
With Aurin Squire
Aurin Squire returns for a more defined master class on writing. If your body could talk, what story would it tell? Everyone has some form of scars or blemish or dents and they become a part of the geography of our bodies. Each one of these tells a story and is a landmark in a particular time and place creating a narrative of our lives. And also a lesson. Explore this and more.
Aurin Squire is a playwright, reporter, and tv writer from South Florida. He is a New Dramatists resident playwright, as well as a member of the Dramatists Guild of America and the Writers Guild of America. In 2017, he won the Helen Merrill Prize for Emerging Writers and was nominated by the WGA for his TV work. His plays have been produced in New York, London, Los Angeles, and Chicago. His play Fire Season was an Emerald Prize winner and received its world premiere at Seattle Public Theatre in January 2019. In TV, Squire was a staff writer on the CBS political comedy Brain Dead and story editor on the NBC drama This is Us. Currently, he is a co-producer on the CBS legal drama The Good Fight and Evil. He graduated from The Juilliard School and Northwestern University. He is the book writer for A Wonderful World and co-author of Confessions of a Cocaine Cowboy.