Explore the Arts presents improv artist at TFAC Thursday, March 18

Published 3:23 pm Monday, March 15, 2010

Get your adrenaline flowing with the Tryon Fine Arts Center. TFAC will have Darlene Cah, professional improv artist and writer, as the next presenter in its Explore the Arts series. Explore Improvisation will be held on Thursday, March 18, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at TFAC.

Cah performed with several improv groups in New York City since the mid-90s until 2006, when she left for greener pastures (literally) in Columbus. She performed long-form and musical improv with Glue and Echoes Theatre Project at Gotham City Improv, as well as wrote and performed with various sketch comedy groups.

Shes studied with Michael Gellman of Second City, Todd Stashwick and Jay Rhoderick of Burn Manhattan and Deb Rabbai of Broadways Next Hit Musical, among others. Jane OLeary, Managing Director, Gotham City Improv, said, Darlene has a fabulous creative ability. Her work is always clear, concise, comedic and original.

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Cah believes that improv is not only fun, but can be a practical tool for actors and non-actors. Writers, business people, teachers and just about everyone can benefit from the lessons learned through improvisation. Whether you stay in the audience or youre ready to jump on the stage at the Tryon Fine Arts Center and be part of the fun, come on Thursday, March 18 at 6:30 p.m.

No reservations are necessary, but there is a small entrance fee. Light refreshments will be served. For further information call the Fine Arts Center at 828-859-8322.