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Erin runs successful acting lessons in Pittsburgh, PA. She has appeared on stage locally at The Theatre Factory, Split Stage Productions, and The Pittsburgh New Works Festival, and at Idlewild. Erin has also performed with Texas Family Musicals and RWS & Associates.
Born in Queens and raised in Tokyo, Japan, I started performing at the age of nine. I made my stage debut in the ensemble of Tokyo Theatre for Children’s production of Cinderella where my mother played the Stepmother and my father was also in the ensemble. Upon moving back to the U.S. in the eighth grade, I started performing in my school’s shows in Northport, NY. By the end of my junior year, I made the decision that I wanted to pursue a degree in theatre. After my freshman year in The Ohio State University’s Bachelor of Arts program, I decided she wanted to dive deeper and transferred to The University of Arizona where I graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre in December 2011. At the U of A, I had the privilege of playing my dream role of Anne Frank ...
I'm excited to be a TakeLessons instructor and to be able to share my experience and knowledge with you. I have been a singer and performer for over 20 years and have taught voice and beginning piano for six years.
I received a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Rhodes College in Memphis, TN. I continued my studies in New York City in voice, acting and diction.
I continue to be an active performer specializing in musical theater, opera and concert. I began my professional career as an apprentice with the Portland Opera in Oregon. Since then, I have appeared with opera companies and orchestras throughout the United States and abroad and am a frequent guest vocalist and ...
Kim has been teaching acting since 1999. She uses a combination of Meisner, Esper, Grotowski,Yakim, Linklater, Adler, Hagen, and Bruce Miller to help grow work which is organic, focused, compelling, real, connected, original, and fun, and which serves the performance, the actor, and the script. She works at bringing scenes and monologues to their highest potential, as well teaching a process that actors can apply to future works. Kim nourishes a deep understanding of character and scene.
Kim is a warm, sincere, positive person with an extensive professional background in writing, acting, and directing. She has been teaching since 1999, and her work experience includes long runs with Boston TheatreWorks of Harvard's American Rep and being published at age twelve, as well as a Moss Hart Award for Theatre and a Lois Mackey Prize For Fiction (chosen by National Book Award Winner Bob Shacochis.) She has studied at a competitive performing arts boarding school under the renowned instructor Bruce Miller, received a B.A. in Creative Writing on scholarship from Beloit College (where she studied under Pulitzer nominee Clint McCown), and has trained in the Meisner Technique under Boston Conservatory's Andrea Southwick. Recently, she has written a one-woman show, which she ...
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
"It's been really exciting so far! Jordan has been so helpful, so knowledgeable. I could not have found a better instructor and I'm getting better and better every day."
"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."