Although splitting my time between NY and Hawaii I still promise to my acting students you WILL book work. I will teach you the nuts and bolts of it all and then help you book bigger and better jobs as we work. You will have some homework as you must work hard to join this industry!
NYC teacher now teaching online and internationally, director, producer - Founder of Nicu's Spoon Theater Company. Have taught audition classes, techniques, dialect and accent coaching, acting classes, etc. for 15 years in NYC and 8 in LA.
Have also taught literally ANY dialect and can teach it to you too. Also can work with you remove an accent. Worked with kids and adults on preparing an audition that works for you! Have extensive experience working with disabled and special needs artists.
Policies: a minimum of 12 hours needed for cancelling a lesson, charge of one hour lesson for making an acting reel or a voice over reel.
Prepared format and lecture about heatrical technology and inclusion in the arts and what can be done to encourage and grow the industry. Culminated in being a presenter at the USITT conference in 2016.
Phyllis, A Slave to Poetry Producers Club 2000
Accents: (S.R.) British, Cockney, Irish, French, German, Russian
Displaced Altered Stages 2001
Accents: Ugandan, Rwandan, Bosnian, Afghani, Russian, Mexican
To Kill a Mockingbird American Theater of Actors 2002
Accents: Deep south
Stumps The Pelican Theater 2004
kosher harry’s (US Premiere) Spoon Theater 2007
Accents: Standard British, Cockney, British working class
No Niggers, No Jews, No Dogs Spoon Theater 2008
Accents: Jewish, Georgia (South)
Tibet Does Not Exist Spoon Theater 2008
Beautiful Thing Spoon Theater 2009
Accents: West London, British Working Class
Letter from Algeria June Havoc Theater 2009-10
Accents: Boston, New York, British Upper Class
Modotti The Acorn Theater 2010
Accents: Spanish, Cuban, Italian
You Don’t Want to Know Half of It Manhattan Rep. Theatre 2013
The Lobby (an Irish Farce) by Don Creedon Adam Fitzgerald Director 2014
Private Coaching in dialects: Russian, French, German, Bosnian, Italian, Spanish, High British, Standard British, Cockney, British Working Class, North London, Scottish, Irish, Romanian, Hungarian, Polish, African, Chinese, Japanese, Texan, Southern, Valley Girl, New York, Boston, Maine (New England), Eskimo and more!
Undergraduate with a minor in Speech/Dialects
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