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Popular Acting Teachers Near Englewood

Stephenie F.

Denver, CO
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Amber J.

Englewood, CO
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Gabriella T.

Brighton, CO
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Stephenie F. Denver, CO

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, Dance, Music Performance, Music Recording, Singing, Songwriting, Speaking Voice

About Me

I've been singing and dancing since I was 3 years old. I won my first songwriting competition in kindergarten. I played clarinet and piano in elementary school and junior high, and also sang in the chorus, In high school I had to choose between band and choir, so I chose choir. I sang solos in all the talent shows and was section leader for my high school advanced choir, and as a senior I was choir president. I was also accepted into G.A.T.E. (Gifted and Talented Education) choir, which was district wide.

I started my college career at Chapman University in Orange, California as a music major, and trained as an opera singer with Lynn Cole-Adcock, a professional opera singer of many years before teaching at Chapman. After a year of hard work mastering vocal technique and music theory I switched to theatre when I caught the Broadway bug. My first production was Hair!, directed by L.A. acting coach and professor Michael Nehring . Soon I had moved on to Shakespeare, in the summers I worked with Shakespeare Orange County, founded and directed by award winning producer Tom Bradac. By my senior year I was directing plays by Megan Terry and Clifford Odets, that year I won Best Director from my theatre department.

A minor in dance was required for theatre majors, I was lucky enough to take classes from Cyrus Parker-Jeanette and several other renowned professional dancers and choreographers. I earned my Theatre and Dance degree from Chapman University in 1998, and moved to New York City where I spent 10 years pursuing a performing arts career, both in theatre and as a singer/songwriter. I found minor professional success as a recording artist and studio musician, and performed in numerous off-off Broadway theatre productions while teaching theatre and dance to children at the Bronx Community Center and also private voice lessons in the recording studio I worked in.
I also did an internship at the famous jazz studio, Nola Recording on 57th Street in Manhattan where I worked with Grammy winning engineer Bill Moss. My off-off Broadway performances were for two grass roots yet successful theatre companies, Stone Soup and Beggars Group.

I just spent a year teaching music to my daughter's preschool class. I have also had 3 of my voice students audition for X Factor and The Voice. I love to pass on what I know and what I've learned to the next generation of artists and performers. My motto is: you only live once, make it count, and go for it!

*** Lesson Details ***
My teaching style is fun and energetic, lots of positive reinforcement but also high expectations to do your best and be disciplined, especially when it comes to practicing at home. The only way to really learn is to do it! After 3 to 6 months with me, you should be able to perform a song, monologue or dance routine in front of an audience or for an audition, with complete confidence and skills that will blow them away!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Lessons supported with a full weighted keyboard.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Voice, dance and acting all just require a good space without distraction.

*** Specialties ***
I can teach method acting, presentation acting as in Shakespeare, Broadway musical belting, opera vocal skills, hip hop dance, jazz dance, beginning ballet dance, folk singing, songwriting skills as in rhyme scheme and phrasing and theme, recording studio basics and proper microphone technique, and public speaking for professionals giving presentations to large audiences.

Amber J. Englewood, CO

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, English, French, GRE, History, Language, Music Performance, Opera Voice, Phonics, Piano, Reading, Singing, Speaking Voice, Test Prep

About Me

Growing up in Denver, I had a huge desire for singing and performing. By age 14, I was taking weekly singing & piano lessons, was acting constantly in local productions-many times getting the lead role.
Some of the productions I acted in: The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy), Camelot, Anything Goes (Reno Sweeney), How to Succeed in Business (Smitty), Carousel, Oklahoma, Les Miserables, and Oliver (Nancy.)
I received a 4-year scholarship to the Conservatory of Music in Stockton, CA. at the University of the Pacific. Upon graduation, I entered graduate school at the University of North Texas to continue my singing and piano studies, along with music theory, history, and musical video production.
Upon graduating UNT, I was chosen among 200 performing arts majors to be the featured soloist at the UNT commencement ceremonies. This led to an offer to tour Italy with the Rome Festival Orchestra. For the next two summers I performed in Copenhagen, Istanbul, Rome and Berlin with the Berlin Philharmonic.

*** Lesson Details ***
My students progress VERY quickly! As a teacher, I can easily identify my students’ strengths and weaknesses, and plan an individualized study course. I will instill a solid set of production skills that will easily serve ANY style of music you choose (from rock to opera.)
I will make for you a personalized recording for you to practice with daily. We will also work on songs you LOVE!
My students will have performance opportunities every 3 months. I will prepare you for college entrance auditions, TV contests, and television appearances. My students make extraordinary progress-I want you to become one of them!

*** Studio Equipment ***
10x15 dedicated music room, piano, lovely mountain view, mirrors, microphone and sound equipment available for students. The parents of students are welcome to stay in the room with the students, if they choose.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I have a piano and I will purchase the method book I want the student to use but I do require reimbursement for books and shipping if required. Student provides notebooks and pens.

*** Specialties ***
*Teachers marked as a Student Favorite have taught a minimum of 25 lessons and have received the highest feedback rating from students.Seth Riggs, Popular vocal technique "Singing For The Stars"
John W. Schaum for piano

Gabriella T. Brighton, CO

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, English, Music Performance, Reading, Singing, Songwriting, Theater Acting

About Me

I've been singing my entire life, and always knew that it was my calling. In middle school I was part of the Alum Rock Jazz Band and went to Stanford for the Stanford Jazz Workshop four times on scholarship, where I learned to improvise and quickly form a bond with my fellow musicians. In high school I found myself deeply rooted in the Drama department and landed myself a role in Grease as Sandy, and as a senior juggled being Velma Von Tussle in Hairspray and night rehearsals as a lead dancer in Children's Musical Theater's rendition of Legally Blonde. I've always loved the spotlight, and although I was only familiar with jazz I decided to burst out of my comfort zone and form an alternative rock band with my classmates, where I learned how to manage and market my band in order to be successful musicians and maintain being a successful student. Recently I've been in several student films and have auditioned for a couple of musicals, as well as having been a part of two bands- one metal band, the other an indie\jazz\rock band. My dream is to become a world renowned singer and performer, but until then I want to help as many other people as I can help reach their goal, whatever that may be.

*** Lesson Details ***
I'm a very laid-back and easygoing teacher, if the student isn't having fun then they can never truly feel comfortable around you to make the mistakes necessary to grow. I base my lessons off of what the student would like to do, all the while incorporating an emphasis on breathing and proper posture. The student will chose a song and we will work on it together until we both feel that it has been improved to the best of the students ability and we can move on to the next song. I believe that while proper breathing and technique is the foundation of singing, it isn't just knowing the right methods in order to master a song, whether the song be pop, rock, r&b or jazz, emotion and an understanding of the songs lyrics and what it means to them is really what can make that song theirs, so we will discuss every song in detail and find out what it means to the student and how they can incorporate it into the song so that it is a performance and not just practice.

*** Travel Equipment ***
My laptop. I expect my students to have a song prepared to sing.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in the J method and utilizing your lower intercostal muscles to maximize breathing capacities and technique. Breathing is the most important part of singing properly and to your fullest potential, so it is the core of my teaching. For English and Reading, I specialize in analyzing the text so that the student can understand not what is said in plain words but what the author is trying to make them see using rhetorical devices.

Zach B.

Denver, CO
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Corinne D.

Denver, CO
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Karyn E.

Denver, CO
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Zach B. Denver, CO

Subjects Taught

Acting, English, GRE, Guitar, Language, PSAT, SAT, Shakespearean Acting, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting

About Me

I earned both an MLitt and an MFA from Mary Baldwin College's Graduate Program in Shakespeare and Performance. I directed Hamlet for my MFA project. I directed Macbeth at a local high school in Virginia. I was chosen for a professional internship with the resident troupe at the American Shakespeare Center, during which I played Nym and Gloucester in their 2011 production of Henry V. I have acted in twenty-seven shows. I have directed six. I have studied with Tina Packer (of Shakespeare & Co.), Rob Clare, Walt Jones and Ralph Alan Cohen. I have participated in workshops for Linklater training (with Dave Demke), Feldenkrais technique (with Tamala Bakkensen), and Lucid Body practices (with Fay Simpson). Paul Menzer was a thesis adviser for my MLitt document. The only Shakespeare plays with which I am unfamiliar are The Two Noble Kinsmen and Henry VIII (All Is True) -- both of which, if you want to get technical, were probably collaborations with John Fletcher. If you can find someone in Colorado more qualified to teach Shakespeare as literature or for performance, I would like to meet her/him.

*** Lesson Details ***
I am happy to cater my approach to your needs. I will never use negative reinforcement. Even if you are dreadful, I will only encourage, only point out the positives. Theater is difficult enough without naysayers.

Corinne D. Denver, CO

Subjects Taught

Acting, Audition Prep, Broadway Singing, Child Acting, Choir, Classical Voice, Country Singing, Ear Training, Gospel Singing, Jazz Voice, Musical Theater, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Singing, Theater Acting, Vocal Training

About Me

Corinne D. specializes in healthy belting for musical theatre, pop, jazz, R&B, gospel and country styles of singing as well as classical and opera. She has been teaching privately since 2006, and spent two years as a student teacher for the Knoxville Children's Choirs, in her home state of Tennessee. Corinne holds a dual Master's in Opera and Musical Theatre Performance from Arizona State University, and a Bachelor's in Voice Performance with a minor in Theatre Performance from Middle Tennessee State University. Her healthy belt technique was developed through years of training in both classical and popular styles of singing with pedagogues such as David Jones, Lauren Sawyer, Anne Kopta, and Dr. Christine Isley-Farmer. Ms. D. spent the summer of 2011 studying opera and German Cabaret singing, as well as performing at the Middle Saxony Theatre in Freiberg, Germany. When studying with Corinne, singers develop classical technique as a foundation and then learn to modify the resonating space to create the desired sound for their style- leading to a popular sound without strain on the vocal cords. A strong performer, Corinne also has thorough training as an actor, and integrates acting into her lessons to turn out not simply singers, but well-rounded performers. Her musical theatre credits include: "Die Dreigroschenoper" (The Threepenny Opera) (Jenny), "Der kleine Horrorladen" (Little Shop of Horrors) (Chiffon), "The Last 5 Years" (Cathy), "Once Upon a Mattress" (Lady Larken), "Anything Goes!" (Erma), "Pippin" (Fastrada), "High School Musical" (Ms. Darbus) and "Nunsense!" (Sister Hubert). Opera credits include: "Vanessa" (Vanessa cover), "Hansel and Gretel" (Witch), "Die Zauberflote" (First Lady and Second Lady), "Suor Angelica" (La Zia Principessa and La Maestra della Novizie), and "Tartuffe" (Elmire). Corinne is also very passionate about working with modern composers and playwrights, and sang in the premiers of the following musicals and operas: "Some-thing from No-thing", "Scarlet Letter... The Musical", "Queen Victoria's Floating Garden of Secrets and Natural Wonders", and "Mayor Moon and the Storytelling Festival" - a children's musical that premiered in the US and then toured in Honduras as part of Middle Tennessee State University's Honduras Project.

*** Lesson Details ***
Lessons generally consist of 1/2 exercises and technique, and 1/2 repertoire, style and performance. Repertoire is chosen by the student and Corinne together- she will never assign a student a song they hate! Sheet music of repertoire will either be provided by Corinne or purchased by the student (most can be purchased online, downloaded and printed). Corinne generally works with accompaniment tracks for singer repertoire, so students can practice with accompaniment at home, and she can focus on listening to their singing during lessons. These can generally be purchased on Amazon.com and downloaded very cheaply. Corinne provides all singers with high quality Mp3 recordings of each lesson for easy practice of exercises and review.

*** Studio Equipment ***
High quality Mp3 recordings of each lesson included in fee!

*** Travel Equipment ***
Keyboard, high quality digital recorder (Zoom)

*** Specialties ***
Musical Theatre, Opera, Jazz, Pop, Country, Performing, Acting, Theory, Alexander Technique, healthy singing for all ages!

Karyn E. Denver, CO

Subjects Taught

Abstract Painting, Acting, Classical Piano, Composition, Contemporary Art Theory, Drawing, painting, Piano, Pottery, Shakespearean Acting, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting, Watercolor Painting

About Me

Piano Pedagogy, Studio Art and Theatre Arts
University of Colorado
22 Years of Teaching Experience
Private and group lessons in my home in Thornton, CO
Half hour and Hour Lessons
 Piano, Visual Arts and Performing Arts lessons
 Beginners through Advanced
 Classical, Jazz, New Age, Modern and Popular
 Theory, History, Improvisation and Composition

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