Behind-the-Scenes are engaging, fun - and FREE! - opportunities for audiences to gain insight into the artistic process of Cleveland Play House actors and directors, and each of these intimate sessions is tied to the action on our stages. Whether it's a performance workshop, an enlightening discussion, or a rockin' demonstration of musical chops, you'll get a chance to rub shoulders with the talented performers you'll see right here at CPH. Meet the actors, learn something new, and have a great time with new friends, all for FREE! Be sure to check back here for further details on the next upcoming event.
Learning from the Best!
Cleveland Play House is in a unique position as one of the country's finest regional theatres; because of its prestigious position, the best actors in the country come to work here. The cast of The Invisible Hand is no exception! In this interactive workshop designed for both members of CPH Theatre Academy and for the enthusiastic patrons of our InsideCPH programming, cast members will impart their expertise and provide the attendees with profound insights into the actor's process. In addition, our Invisible Hand actors will both stir and inspire participants with fascinating anecdotes about their careers as actors who happen to be based in New York but choose to work around the country at top notch theatres like CPH!
Get Up and Sing!
In their careers, the actors of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee have participated in hundreds of musical theatre auditions, and these are very different from the standard theatrical audition. With the help of live accompaniment and participants, these performers will share their own anecdotes and provide insights - and give us all a taste of the musical theatre audition process!
Hear the Moves
The world of The Royale is both a percussive and poignant environment with its own unique vocabulary of movement. In this highly participatory workshop, cast members will lead participants through a series of movement excercises that will provide a deeper understanding and appreciation of the physical lyricism of Director Robert Barry Fleming's production.
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