Carolyn German

Carolyn has been a professional theater artist for over 35 years, with credits that span from Off-Broadway to cruise ships, from edge-y black-box spaces to large regional-theatre houses. She has performed in over 25 projects with the Tennessee Repertory Theater, where her favorites include Val in “A Chorus Line”, and Aunt Gert in “Lost in Yonkers”. Carolyn has always had a penchant for creating cabaret performances and one-person shows. She has performed solo shows in NYC, DC and Nashville, with highlights including performing at the Smithsonian for their salute to Irving Berlin, and more recently, her “Song’splaining” cabaret of her original music at the Nashville Jazz Workshop. Carolyn is an award-winning playwright, and a prolific lyricist/composer who works in a variety of genres. Carolyn is also proud to be a founding member of the Nashville’s longest running Improv group, Spontaneous Comedy Company.

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