TPAC InsideOut presents

Creating a Character for Performance: The Process of an Actor and Director

Creating a Character for Performance: The Process of an Actor and Director

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DATE: December 6 and 13, 2021, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

LOCATION: Zoom

STARTING AT: Each workshop is $25 and includes two 90-minute sessions.

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InsideOut Theatre Workshops
Welcome to a new series of workshops for adults who want to learn more about the art and practice of theatre.

These interactive sessions will highlight different topics from modern musicals to famous choreography, creating characters, playwrights, and more for adults looking to explore their creative and artistic side through the lens of popular musicals and plays.

Register for one or the entire series.
Each workshop is $25.00 and includes two 90-minute sessions.

There will be no tickets distributed. The Zoom link and password for the workshops will be emailed to registrants.


Curious about how theater professionals get stage ready for performances? Using his solo production of A Christmas Carol, during which he plays 18 different characters, Mark Cabus will guide us through the process of creating and perfecting characters for a performance. From Ebenezer Scrooge to Tiny Tim, and all the ghosts in between, Mark will demonstrate and discuss researching and finding the essence of a character. No acting or theater experience required - this class is for those who love watching great theater and are looking for an in depth look at the actor’s process.

InsideOut Theatre Workshops are made possible by a grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.