Nowadays it has become clear, that drama/theatre can be used meaningfully in different forms when it comes to foreign language teaching. Due to numerous publications on drama-pedagogical concepts and the treatment of literary texts with the help of techniques known from theatre, one gets the impression that using dramatic approaches in foreign language teaching can be almost taken for granted. The present work makes the attempt to interlink two disciplines: creative writing and theatre pedagogy. The theoretical part of the work is being framed by the following question: How can creative writing methods be used sensibly for the elaboration of dramatic scenes and texts?Firstly, an insight into the theories about the process of creative writing will be given and challenges and chances will be pointed out.Secondly, an overview of how to organize a writing- and theatre-workshop in foreign language lessons is being developed.The essence of this work though, is the planning, realization and evaluation of a workshop. On the basis of theoretical foundations and practical impulses, an action-oriented concept of teaching will be introduced. It should enable dipping into creative and dramatic forms of learning. The major question of the empirical investigations is how the students of a secondary school in Graz receive the workshop.Finally the problematic fields as well as the benefits of creative work in foreign language teaching will be discussed. The results of the study show, that the learning atmosphere as well as the tasks and working materials were highly motivational for the participants. That resulted in a joyful and relaxed atmosphere when dealing with the Spanish language. Integrating such forms of work in regular lessons, would, however, demand more flexible structures than the predominating ones in the current school establishment.