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Theatre Arlington's Education department brings you educational opportunities for all ages!

TAG Players

TAG Players
TAG Players is reader’s theater-style entertainment presented by energetic, outgoing and creative senior citizens. This dedicated group takes the show on the road, adapting to most any space, to bring the entertainment to you!
Mondays, 1:00-2:30 Senior adults, ages 55 and up
$250 for the year
To register for The TAG Players, e-mail Cindy Honeycutt or call 817.261.9628 x13.

Adult Workshop Series— 2018-19

Saturdays from 9am to Noon
October 6:
Acting Methods
December 1: Improvisation-Saying Yes!
February 2: Physical Comedy for the Actor


Cost of Workshop:

Series: $200 Register➪
Individual Workshop: $75 Register➪

About the Instructor



Tyler ThompsonTyler Thompson is a graduate of The University of Oklahoma where she received a BFA in drama. She had the unique opportunity of spending her final semester of college in Chicago after being accepted into the Comedy Studies program at The Second City. She is a graduate of The Second City of Chicago’s Conservatory Program as well as The iO Theater Improv Program where she performed with the Harold Team Interrobang. Tyler has had the privilege of studying clowning under Paola Coletto and has performed at Chicago Sketchfest, Donny’s Skybox at The Second City, The Women’s Funny Festival, and The Del Close Marathon with her two-woman sketch group Hey Pearl! and numerous improv teams. Growing up, Theatre Arlington was like a second home to her and she is thrilled to be back again.