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Amber J. Englewood, CO

I have a enjoyed Acting since preparing and performing many roles in high school and college. As I prepared for my Masters Degree performance and then opening in Berlin Germany I learned many acting skills that helped me reach my goals.
I have many students that study acting to help them express emotion in their everyday life.

About Amber

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 ...

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Geoff M. November 17, 2014
French · In studio
Verified Student
Amber was a great teacher, she was patient with me and my wife when we had trouble and helped us stay on task. We learned basic French faster than I expected.
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Charles B. August 28, 2014
Singing · In home
Amber is our church's music director and as a member of the worship team I have had the opportunity to observe her interact with students, including my wife. Needless to say, I was quite impressed with her abilities. But, I didn't realize the scope of her wonderful expertise until I began taking voice lessons from her. The awesome thing about Amber is her ability to interact with the student on the student's level. In other words, Amber has the wonderful ability of sharing her musical expertise by teaching in such a gentle, encouraging and patient manner that makes taking lessons from her a joy and privilege. Although, her knowledge of music is second to none, she teaches in such a gracious manner that the student doesn't feel like they are being talked-down-to.
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robert W. August 27, 2014
Amber has changed the way I sing in front of people by teaching me to use my diaphragm more for air. I play numerous string instruments now in church along with Amber. She has helped me decipher the keys in music as well as coordinate my playing skills in timing. I have been playing music for over fifty years and I am still learning thanks to Amber. I personally recommend as an instructor for any beginner or a sound musician.
Corinne D. Denver, CO

I teach acting for singers, particularly focusing on development of characters for musical theatre and opera.

About Corinne

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 ...

Daniel C. Denver, CO

We offer summer camps with acting starting on July 26th!

About Daniel

Studio director and world class dancer Daniel C, moved to Murcia, Spain in 2005 from his hometown of Santiago, Chile. Two years later he fell in love with Salsa dancing and began his career at the dance school Murcia Fusion. In 2008 he joined Adrián y Anita Amateur Dance Company in Barcelona, directed by five-time World Champions of salsa Adrian Rodríguez Carbajal and Anita Santos Rubín. During this time he also danced with several other companies: • Calle Real in 2009, directed by Jorge Camaguey, a company known for Cuban Timba and AfroCuban • Cachanga Poderosa in 2011, directed by Franco Rocha, a group specializing in men’s salsa styling. Some of Daniel’s accomplishments include: • In 2009, he placed 1st and 2nd in Barcelona dancing with his partner Jessica G. • In 2010, ...

Antonio M. Denver, CO

10+ years experience teaching at the high school and university level including coaching professional actors on audition technique and scene study and adults in public speaking skills. Directed the only high school production at the Buell Theater, Denver's largest stage. Directed several productions at the University of Colorado. Students have gone on to work professionally in theater, film, and television.

About Antonio

Antonio M. has been teaching acting for over 10 years, most recently at the University of Colorado and is currently available to teach lessons at your home or his studio. M.'s students have gone on to major work on shows like "General Hospital" and "The George Lopez Show" and locally in several television commercials. He received his MFA in Acting from UCLA and worked for years as a professional actor in Los Angeles. . His LA stage credits include "Wit" with Kathleen Chalfant at the Geffen Playhouse; "Mayhem" and "The Berlin Circle" both with Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman. He Assistant Directed "Just Like Us" at the Denver Center Theatre Company and produced Megan Mullally in Concert at the Ellie Opera House. He was appointed Commissioner for Denver’s Office of Cultural Affairs by

Jil A. Littleton, CO

I have been preforming since I can remember! I received my BA in Theatre in 2002 from Wittenberg University, working in outdoor theatre during a couple summers. After school I moved to Chicago and began teaching for a grant to keep the arts in schools, and preforming in different shows around the city, including the long running show Tony and Tina's Wedding. I moved back to CO in 2009 and began teaching for an after school acting program. Let's have some fun while growing in our craft!

About Jil

Making dresses out of trash bags and playing pretend growing up to working in Chicago theatre, my love for creating new worlds and characters has never faded. I starting acting in plays throughout school, studied at SA Casting while living in Adelaide Australia, and earned my BA in Theatre from Wittenberg University. Working in theatre has something I have done for many years in many different capacities from teaching for a grant to keep the arts in schools, acting in professional theatre, teaching for after school theatre programs and doing some private coaching. I will push my students and expect them to take their craft seriously, but I want them to feel safe, to be goofy, make mistakes, find something new about themselves they didn't know, and most importantly have fun while they ...

Jonathan O. Denver, CO

I have 10 years experience as an actor and performer as well as extensive training in many theatre related arts. I attended Denver School of the Arts high school then went on to The BFA Acting program at State University of New York, Purchase College (one the most prestigious acting conservatories in the country). There I studied many techniques for voice, speech, movement, and theory onstage and off. I can coach monologues and performances for auditions, as well as work on specific productions.

About Jonathan

Jonathan is a Denver native and graduate of the Denver School of the Arts Acting program. Upon graduation he continued his career in theatre by attending the State University of NY at Purchase College where he studied BFA Acting. He is highly trained in various theatre arts and loves to share his passion and knowledge with his students. He welcomes students & student groups of any age who wish to hone their skills or simply let loose and explore in a comfortable setting. Do you need a monologue coach for auditions? Need someone to clarify the muddling words of the brilliant Bard? Need someone to help streamline a student production, or help with the script? He's your man!

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