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Workshop (Calgary): Comedic Acting w/ Devon Dubnyk – Morpheus Theatre

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Workshop (Calgary): Comedic Acting w/ Devon Dubnyk – Morpheus Theatre

Morpheus Theatre“Comedic Acting Can be Taught!” with Devon Dubnyk

Sunday, November 20, 11:00am – 5:30pm

There’s no denying that some people have instinctual comedic skills, but if that’s not you, YOU CAN LEARN to be a better comedic performer!

SYNOPSIS: We will be undoing the idea that comedy cannot be taught. By exploring comedic timing, scene pacing, and a variety of exercizes we’ll turn even the most serious actor into a better comedic performer.

INSTRUCTOR BIO: Devon Dubnyk is a Calgary based Equity actor. He has performed for Theatre Calgary, Vertigo Theatre, Persephone Theatre, Lunchbox Theatre, One Yellow Rabbit, The Shakespeare Company, Quest Theatre, and much more. He has been a sketch comedy writer and performer with the ‘late late breakfast show’ for the past 5 years. He portrayed Sir Andrew in The Shakespeare Company‘s Twelfth Night which won them the Betty award for Best Play. Devon also frequently works as an Artists in Residence for Trickster Theatre; instructing, creating, and performing comedic plays with kids across our province.

Where: Lower Level, Parkdale Community Centre (3512 5 Avenue NW).
Cost: $50 (Discounts available for groups of 5 or more, or register for 3 workshops and get the 3rd one for 50% off! Contact Morpheus Theatre for details.)

Deadline to register: November 18, 2016.

Refreshments served from 10:30 – 11:00am.

For more information, or to register, please visit our website at or call (403) 246-2999.

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This valuable workshop is presented at this low price in the spirit of Community Theatre.

This workshop is sponsored by Theatre Alberta with funding from The Alberta Foundation for the Arts and Christie Lites Sales.

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