by Peter Salzano
'Every writer has their own way and method of writing, they learn and progress with time' quotes Peter Salzano a popular playwright and prominent blogger.
The following are tips shared by him that will help you in improving your writing style.
1. Test your work and embrace failures
After you are done writing the script, test your work with your friends. Show them your work and listen to their advice and feedback. Try improvising on the points suggested by them.
2. Orient yourself in Time and Place
Peter Salzano suggests before going further with the script. Determine when and where the main characters lived.
Skipping such important details of the character leads to risk writing in anachronisms.
3. Try researching the main character's world
While writing the play focus on your character's surrounding. Give life to your main character so that the audience can connect with him and like your script.
4. Concentrate on writing scenes, not lines or structures.
Great plays are made up of scenes followed by one another and not lines. Your main focus should be on writing the scene, not just the lines.
5. Fix the mistakes in your script
Its time to give your play more depth when you realize you are stuck plot-wise. Avoid giving an easy way to your character instead put more light in the play and add depth.
The above tips by Peter Salzano will help you improvise your playwriting.