Performing Your Story

ONLINE CLASS: Students will generate their own material (monologue, story, lecture) based on their own life experiences and present them online. Think: a Moth Radio Hour story, a Ted talk lecture, a This American Life story, or wherever your own interests, passions and imagination take you. Skills covered will include creative writing, acting, storytelling, and presentation techniques. Final stories will be recorded and posted on YouTube or other platforms as students wish.

Price: $ 300.00
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Online Class requirements (Zoom Meetings): You will need a computer, tablet, or smartphone with a camera (built-in or plug-in), speakers, microphone (or telephone), and a broadband internet connection (1 mbs/sec or greater). Courses will not be recorded. Students must attend during scheduled meeting times.

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Sessions:

Performing Your Story - Summer
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Price: $300.00
Start Date: 6/1/2020 | End Date: 7/6/2020
Day of the week: Monday
Time: 6:00:00 PM - 8:30:00 PM
Instructor(s): Carol Cadby


Carol Cadby, a 25+ year Theatre Arts educator, teaches at George Mason University, Signature Theatre, Synetic Theatre and Arlington Public Schools. She earned her B.A. from Grinnell College and M.A.I.S. from George Mason University; studied with Uta Hagen and Herbert Bergof; trained in Viewpoints, Laban Movement, Linklater Voice training and Meisner Acting Technique; and acted professionally. She serves on the Arlington Arts Commission for Arlington County and is an Executive Coach with Ola Consulting. She represented Virginia at the 2010 Southeastern Theatre Conference (her production of Nora's Lost). She received a Wolftrap Scholarship for Performing Arts Teachers (2008-09), the Elizabeth Campbell Award for Excellence in the Arts from the American Association of University Women (2009), twenty-three Virginia Governor School Presidential Citations for Outstanding Educator (1998-2015), two Arts Teacher Recognition Awards from the Educational Theatre Association (2001), and an Outstanding Theatre Program Award from the Educational Theatre Association (2001).