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Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 1978
Bachelor of Music Education, Masters In Music from University Of North Texas, University of Nevada
I teach absolute beginners, intermediate and advanced students. I work with them on technique, strong fundamentals, sound production and the repertoire of band and orchestra music.
Since moving to Colorado in 2004 John has performed with all major arts organizations including Colorado Symphony, Colorado Ballet, Central City Opera. Before moving here he was in the San Francisco Bay area for many years with positions including Second Trumpet in San Jose Symphony and Principal T
Speaks German, Italian, French
Master of Music from University of North Texas
Teaching since 1995
Professionals often need help with their speaking voices; they are either "low talkers" or speak with loud monotones and bore their audiences.
Let me help you learn to modulate your speaking voice to advance your career or to help you with a speech problem.
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 (Ren
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 1997
Awarded 2013 HOLA Award - Contributing Choreography from Hispanic Organization for Latin Actors
Professional Argentine tango dancer. Classically trained. Performing and teaching experience on both coasts and abroad. Tango consultant to the "Dancing with the Stars" 2011 season European winners. Toured with various tango orchestras. *Detailed resume available upon request.
Teresa Anne V., originally from Boulder, Colorado, has taken her career from coast to coast, and abroad. She began her stage career as a classical ballerina, training and performing with such notable companies as The Joffrey Ballet and Pennsylvania Ballet. A graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy (D
Speaks Spanish, Japanese, English
Teaches students 13 and up
Teaching since 1996
I'm new here! If you're looking to work in TV and film, I teach all about the acting industry! I having decades of experience, having earned my SAG/AFTRA card in 1984! I've worked on over 1,000 TV/ film projects and over 300 commercials!
I give students the correct inside information about the industry, how to get booked, necessary tools, and include insider tips and leads to fast track their careers!
As an Adjunct University Professor for six years, and 15 years teaching at entertainment schools in both CA. and NYC, I enjoyed guiding students to successful careers in television, film, and TV commercials!
I offer classes in proven techniques for TV/film acting, (Screen Acting) as well as courses that are specific for TV commercial acting (Acting in TV Commercials). There IS a big difference between stage, screen, and TV commercial acting, so each course teaches a separate and proven technique!
I also offer classes in cold reading and auditioning skills (Cold Reading Course) ...
Hi! I'm new here! I've been a veteran actor w/ SAG/AFTRA since 1984, w/ experience in over 1000 film/TV projects and 300+ TV commercials! I've taught as an Adjunct University Professor of Acting in Southern CA. for 6 years at an accredited university, and taught over 15 years at entertainment scho
Master of Arts Education from Columbia University/City College of New York
Teaching since 1999
Teaches students 21 to 80
Studied 'acting' with at Strasberg Institute, NYC: Walter Lott/Lee Strasberg instructors.
Performed in various off-broadway productions around NYC. Traveled with 'bus and truck tour of the Broadway play: No Place to be Somebody. Performed with NEC acting ensemble. Taught 'drama' while working as Board of Education teacher in public school. Method Acting Techniques are part of the training. Students will explore the 'senses' as part of sense memory techniques and learn monologues and dialogue training to sustain a deeper implementation of emotional using acting tools.
I'm a 'classically trained' voice teacher who specializes in the biology of singing: JAZZ, R&B, POP, and GOSPEL. I have performance arts training and experience and have a liberal arts degree from Columbia University/Master of Fine Arts Education from City College of NY. I perform as a Jazz
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches students 12 and up
Teaching since 2010
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How I teach:
My class is progressional style, I focus highly on teaching clean and proper ballet/dance technique while encouraging your inner artist to come out and shine.
Dance technique class.
Cleaning of competition numbers in ballet/jazz/musical theater/contemporary.
Daniela is a professional seasoned performer that has been working for 15 years. Her main training was in classical ballet, and she later transitioned to musical theater and circus arts. Daniela has performed in Las Vegas, National Tours, Theme Parks, Industrials/Conventions, as well assisted as da
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Directors, flymen, producers, actors, and even box office staff – there are so many options available to those who have a passion for the performing arts industry. All careers in acting for stage are linked by one thing: a shared love and appreciation for creating live theater. Because of the associated pressures, and long and surprisingly unsociable hours related to the industry, many people who maintain careers in acting do so because they love what they do. Sequins don’t sew themselves o …
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By Suzy S.
Now that vaccinations are starting to roll out, we’re all starting to believe live theater really will return! And while it may be a while before things are totally back to normal, that makes these next few months a perfect opportunity to get yourself as well-prepared as possible for when auditions and productions resume. We may have spent our downtime mostly binge-watching The Great British Baking Show or learning to knit, but many of us also used the extra free time to tackle house pro …
By Lauren Mayer