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How to Write a TikTok Skit with Mohammad Awad

How to Write a TikTok Skit with Mohammad Awad

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Date(s) - 11/13/2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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Discover how to create hilarious TikTok skits

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Ever wondered what goes into a viral TikTok video? Join writer and TikTok star Mohammad Awad as we explore the behind-the-scenes of creating hilarious skits.

Mohammad will guide participants through storytelling techniques, editing, and leaning into the absurd. You’ll learn to channel chaotic Gen Z energy into funny videos as you brainstorm new ideas and play with character roles. This workshop is for Youth participants aged 16-24.

This workshop will be presented on Zoom. Please register with a valid email address. You will receive the Zoom link a few days before the workshop.

 

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Mohammad Awad is a Queer/Arab/Muslim and a Writer / Artist / Director / Producer / Musician / Poet / Playwright who’s running out of ways to express himself. While he spends most of his time as a spoken word artist, he also writes and directs short films and visual poems such as The Flower, The Messenger and Beauty Marks. Mohammad currently works as Writing Director for POC Revue, a comedy night highlighting the comedy stylings of a full POC cast and crew.

He has featured in the Sydney Writers Festival, Sydney Mardi Gras, Sydney Living Museums – After Dark, The ICC, The West Ball 2020/2021, Word in Hand, Red Room Poetry, Giant Dwarf Theatre, Westside Slam, Enough Said Slam, Weave Youths’ Mad Pride Concert, White Ribbon events and Project Opinion. In addition to being featured on ABC and SBS television, ABC Radio, SBS Radio, Eastside Radio, 2SER, FBI Radio, the Daily Telegraph, 614 Magazine and Honi-Soit magazine.

 

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