Training & Workshops for Adults
TheatreSquared is excited to offer year-round adult acting classes, as well as team improv workshops for business and organizations. All classes and workshops are taught by working theatre professionals.
Team Improv for Business and Organizations
TheatreSquared offers corporate teams, organization staffs and shared interest groups the opportunity to engage with professional artists and experts to learn valued skills through team improv workshops.
Participants will develop important skills for:
- Creative leadership
- Team building and collaboration
- Diverse, innovative thinking
- Proactive listening
- Managing cultural change by thinking on your feet
- Executive presence: public speaking, presentation and intrapersonal skills
Download T2's information sheet on Team Improv Workshops to learn more and register.
Adult Acting Classes
This year's six-week classes will be educational, invigorating and a lot of fun. All classes are open to community members aged 17 and up.
Wednesdays from 7:00-9:00pm.
April 10, 17, 24 & May 1.
TheatreSquared is thrilled to offer one of our most popular classes! In this series of 4 comedy improv classes, led by actor and improv comedian, Justin Cunningham, students will explore short-form comedy improvisation - focusing on trust, spontaneity, scene-building, accepting offers and conquering fears. Nothing unleashes the power of creativity like improv! This class is great for aspiring actors, comedians and for people who want to bring the complete power of their own creativity to bear in your profession.
You can register for the class by calling the TheatreSquared offices at 479-445-6333 or by emailing email@example.com. There is limited availability, so register soon!
T2 SHAKESPEARE LAB
Location: EJ Ball Building, Suite 440 (112 W. Center St.)
Time: Sundays, 6:00-10:00pm
Fees: $125 (Five sessions)
T2's Shakespeare Lab is an ongoing workshop for professional actors and actors-in-training in Northwest Arkansas to learn First Folio-based Shakespeare performance skills. Per Steven Marzolf, instructor:
"The First Folio is the closest example we have to what Shakespeare actually wrote. Locked within the Folio are clues that help an actor with character. Understanding iambic pentameter, punctuation, capitalization, breath, metaphors, heightened images, etc, the folio technique will transcend the way an actor approaches classical text and contemporary material alike. By learning this and applying it to your toolbox, deepen your acting skills and become a more dynamic performer by learning the First Folio technique."
First-time First Folio learners should register first for "Introduction to Shakespeare Lab," a $25 introductory session offered from 1:00-4:30pm on Sundays as a preface to joining the ongoing Shakespeare Lab.
Register by calling the TheatreSquared offices at 479-445-6333 or email Steven Marzolf at firstname.lastname@example.org.