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Rita Street Developing an Animated Comedy Series Workshop

ABOSG (Dallas 501(c)3 Animation guild) is proud to host Rita Street’s “Pitching an Animated Comedy Series” workshop on April 21st.  This is a 1 day workshop that will help you:

  • Develop a hero that sells
  • Flesh out your sidekicks
  • Write and design a pitch bible – including those tricky, impossible-to-write “log lines” and episode “spring boards”
  • Survive and thrive inside the pitch room

Based on Rita’s popular free ebook “A Cartoon Girl’s Secret Guide to Developing Kids’ Comedy Series That Sell,” (available at www.radarcartoons.com), this an interactive, high energy workshop. You’ll learn the the secrets of development from a pro who has sold some 16 shows into development deals and produced five major series, including “Hero:108” for Cartoon Network and an upcoming global series for a major network.

Date:
Saturday, April 21st, 2018

Time:
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location:
2800 E Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano, TX 75074

Price:
$120 for Saturday workshop
or
Workshop plus Individual Consultation the following day: $170

For Tickets:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rita-street-developing-an-animated-comedy-series-workshop-tickets-43812403077

Rita Street is an executive producer and indie development artist under the Radar Cartoons, LLC. umbrella. She is excited to be opening a second development company called Panita Productions with EP Lina Silva of Kreiworks and entertainment attorney Ken Dusick, dedicated to sourcing, developing and selling Latin American content.

Rita is the co-creator of the upcoming Disney EMEA comedy, “Space Chickens in Space.” Her executive producer credits include: “Hero: 108” which ran for two seasons on Cartoon Network; “Teenage Fairytale Dropouts” which aired on The Hub and “Ruby Gloom” which now airs on Netflix. Rita is also the ep of a CG feature film project moving into production in 2018 called “100% Wolf” for producer Flying Bark in Australia.

As a writer, Rita has spent her career dedicated to creating great “heroes” that audiences want to embrace (and buyers want to pick-up). This dedication led her to publish the popular ebook: “A Cartoon Girl’s Secret Guide to Developing Kids’ Comedies That Sell.” (Available for free in English at www.radarcartoons.com and  in Spanish later this year at www.panitaproductions.com.)

Rita is the founder of the international non-profit organization, Women In Animation. She is also proud to have served as a former publisher of “Animation Magazine.”

ABOSG is a Dallas based non-profit animators guild servind Dallas since 2001.  Our goal is to educate, inspire and build the local animation community through free training, monthly meetings, inspirational speakers, social events, studio tours and more.  We also host the Industry Giants conference in Sept, bringing industry leading artisans to Dallas for a one day conference.  (abosg.org / industrygiants.org)