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Teaching since 2005
Awarded Best Actress in a Musical Nominee from The Metro Atlanta Theater Awards
Past Directorial Projects with Children
Shrek the Musical
Little Shop of Horrors
Wizard of Oz
Fiddler on the Roof
Into the Woods
Once on this Island
I have been a professional performance coach for the last 15 years. I have trained students ages 3-16 to find their true vocal, acting and musical potential. I provide a very personalized lesson plan for each student, with appropriate warm ups, expert repertoire selection from both current and clas
Theater and Performance Studies from Kennesaw State University
Teaching since 2005
Teaches students 5 and up
Film and TV vary from theater in some ways and some ways from each other as well. But all mediums are quite connected as well. In film there is very little place to hide. The camera never lies as they say. Which is very true. However we have Movie magic to correct things we don't like as in stage we don't have that luxury. Acting anyone can do, but not everyone can do it well. TV is much faster pace and sometimes filmed in front of a live studio audience, so much like theater in that way. Film is usually done with very minimal cast at a single time. Which one has to learn to use the camera as their scene partner. But being truthful in all mediums is the same and the key.
I have been a professional actor in Hollywood for 11 years. Prior to that I was in NYC for several years studying, performing, now I'm in Atlanta and still performing! I coach, mentor and inspire all ages from 5 and up. My students perform for the stage and screen. Lessons are offered both in pers
Teaching since 2017
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 12 to 45
My goal is to share my knowledge as a classically trained actor and film director. I will create lesson plans catered to each individual that captures the complex and wonderful world of theatrical and on-camera performance. Students will be exposed to various acting methods created by Uta Hagen, Stanislavsky, Michael Chekhov, and others. Students will participate in multiple exercises and performances that will build and strengthen their bodies, voice, mind, and heart.
In 2008, I graduated from Georgetown University with a BA in Psychology and went on to receive my Masters in Fine Arts from the University of Southern California in 2012. As a graduate student at USC’s School of Dramatic Arts, I participated in the 3-year repertory acting program. While in graduat
Ms. Norman is a great listener as well as teacher. She also challenged me which I needed and I felt very comfortable with Ms. Norman.
Very satisfied and we’re just getting started!
Speaks Italian, Italian
Teaching since 1990
Awarded National Merit Scholar from National Merit
I can help you learn your choir music better and show you how to approach those high notes or other trouble spots! Feel more secure at choir practice!
Master of Music Education, University of Florida, 2019 Bachelor of Music, University of South Florida, 1997 20 years of teaching experience Specialist in lessons for very young piano and voice students (ages 4-6) 2 recitals a year for students Rebecca is an engaging teacher who makes lesson
Teaches students 9 to 85
Associate of Music from Santa Monica College
Awarded #1 Carnatic Music Instructor from Thumbtack
I help speakers develop powerful, authentic voices by combining knowledge of their instrument, vocal health practices and helping them develop the technique to easily sustain their sound. Together, we'll create your personalized 'toolkit' of exercises designed to promote proper posture, ease of breath support and help your voice attain the best speaking resonance.
We will learn how to add musicality to the voice, how to control dynamics and best practices for using intonation to tell the story, or give a presentation.
For 20 years I've assisted in developing singers, public speakers and voice over artists to access their authentic voice with more ease, accompanied by a personal resume spanning a lifetime of performing. My training includes 12 years of one-on-one training in apprenticeship for the field.
[Letters of recommendation from my professors & voice teachers available upon request.]
NOTE: All lessons are currently online Are you a singer or speaker who would like a more powerful, authentic voice? My focus is to assist you in finding an easier way to sustain your best posture, breath support, resonance and pitch control by bringing awareness to existing vocal habits while pr
Speaks Spanish, Japanese, English
Scene Study/ Theater Arts from The Actor's Studio
Awarded Miss New England 1982 from New England Camera Council
I'm new here! If you're looking to work in TV and film, I teach all about the acting industry and the proven screen acting techniques that will earn the trust of casting and film and television directors! 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 keep my classes positive, and strive to bring out the best in each of my students!
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 ...
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
Our acting program was new, and her duties included developing new curriculum, curricular materials and assessment tools for several classes. She did this splendidly well, taking her vast experience and creating courses that were described as among the best that students had ever taken.
Indeed, her student course evaluations were consistently very high, among the best at our university. She was the epitome of a professional, who brought her deep experience to students with a real-world sensibility as well as a commitment to the highest ethical standards.
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