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LK F. Fort Worth, TX

Beginner through Advanced.
Emphasis on Method acting as well as improv skills. Classical and modern repertoire is utilized in building a repertoire of monologues and scenes. Scene work includes commercials,films and TV scripts as well as theater and musical theater.

About LK

I am a singer-pianist-actor Or a pianist-singer-actor. :-) I have a bachelors degree in voice performance and a minor in piano and theater. I have a masters degree in voice as well as a second masters in piano literature. i have a certificate in comedy improvisation from Second City and am a professional actor. I am the owner and senior talent agent of a large talent agency in the DFW area. My post graduate work is in vocal pedagogy. I have been a professional teacher and performer for over 20 years. I own and manage a professional talent agency in the DFW area. My students come in every model imaginable - and I wouldn't have it any other way. Raw beginner or veteran actor or musician, professional recording artist, College music major or American Idol wannabe. The arts are ...

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Jan W. January 10, 2014
Singing
Verified Student
Lisa Kay is great

Thank you for Lisa for all your help. I sing in a small choir and this wonderful teacher has given me pointers and exercises to help my singing voice. I will continue to sing and hopefully get better thanks to Lisa.
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MaryS5 April 23, 2012
Lisa is very patient with Madison. Madison looks forward to her Monday night lessons.
Van Q. Fort Worth, TX

Intermediate to advanced

About van

Van, was born and raised in Los Angeles. During his time in L.A. he appeared in over twenty stage productions Van Studied with the esteemed Roy London for years Van has appeared in many television shows, including, Millennium, Chicago Hope, Pickett Fences, L.A. doctors, General Hospital, among them. He has been in films such as Fight Club and End of Days to name a few. Van has done TV and film work in Texas along with Stage work. He has worked at Casa Manana and Dallas Theater Center as Boo in To Kill A Mockingbird, At Theatre Three, he was Arthur in €œSuperior Donuts€ a role that won him best actor by the DFW theater critics. And recently €˜A Behanding in Spokane at second thought theater. Earlier this year he was seen in watertower theater's Grapes of Wrath Just recently he was

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Alan H. May 28, 2014
Acting · In studio
I've seen Van in some of his shows, and he brings all this chops to his acting class. There's no substitute for wisdom and experience. And Van has both of those, to boot. Plus he loves the profession, which makes the classes that much more enjoyable. I highly recommend him.
Blake W. Fort Worth, TX

I am available to work with actors of all ages on monologue/audition preparation, scene study, etc.

About Blake

Blake W has more than 10 years of experience in theatre education and theatrical production. Mr. W has worked as a professional director, stage manager, and performer, as well as public school teacher and college faculty. He currently teaches theatre at Tarrant County College. Prior to arriving in Texas, Mr, W was the director of the LSU Performing Arts Academy at Louisiana State University, a community school of the arts. Prior to that, he was Director of Education for the Irondale Ensemble Project in New York City, where he oversaw arts education programs in 5 New York City public schools and co-directed the Irondale Young Company, a teen theatre ensemble modeled closely after Irondale's professional resident company. As a director, his credits include U Bug Me, a play for ...

Katie K. Fort Worth, TX

About Katie

My specialties are singing and acting/performing. I love helping others understand topics I am passionate about and seeing them light up when they finally understand a new concept. It is extremely rewarding for me and challenges me to go above and beyond the expectations of other teachers. I have had lots of great training in many areas and have always been a great student who comes up with effective ways to learn.

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Monique M. July 7, 2014
Vocal Training · In studio
Verified Student
You guys - Katie is awesome!! She's teaching my daughter that's 7 and she's sooooo great with her! She's fun and I'm telling you guys - she knows her stuff! She's in a great central area to FW - super flexible with our crazy schedule and has an AMAZING voice!
Seriously - book with her -- you'll be so happy!
Erich D. Mansfield, TX

Mesiner
Monologue
Quick Script Analysis
Relaxation for the Actor
Imrpov Acting

About Erich

Erich started in theatre at the age of 10 with the Creative Arts Theatre and School. Upon graduation in 2009 he moved to New York City to study Acting and Theatre Design at Marymount Manhattan College. After school he begun to work with productions Off Broadway and Off-off Broadway and with companies such as Envelope Ensemble, Columbia University, and The Three Sister (Directed by David Lee). While living in New York City, CATS invited him to work as their technical director for the Two week musical theatre intensive summer camp, Summer Stars, for ages 12-18. Erich moved back to Texas to pursue a career in theatre education. He teaches Dance with CATS and been coaching children, youth and teens since the age of sixteen. His passion for the arts runs deeper than just acting it also

Rachel C. Flower Mound, TX

Majored in theater and film acting. Using a variety of techniques. I make it a fun and exciting environment working towards specific goals while pulling out the talent within.

About Rachel

I have a desire teach children, teenagers, and adults using various piano methods to help them achieve their maximum potential in playing and discovering music. I have a diverse background in film, theater, production and teaching. I use a variety of methods including Method and Meisner technique. I seek to make every student feel safe and positive about each lesson. www.linkedin.com/in/rachelcurylo/en

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