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Speaks English, Latin
Awarded Best Actress Nomination from BroadwayWorld.com
Teaching since 2001
Voice acting is completely different than stage and screen acting. You must embody the character using only your voice. I can help you sound your best and you can start booking paid gigs!
I hold a Masters Degree in Music from George Mason University. A native of the Washington DC Metropolitan area, I have performed with the Washington Opera Company, at the Kennedy Center, and Historic Maryland's Adventure Theatre. New York City credits include performances off-Broadway for the
Phyllis is the best singing teacher I have ever had. She is completely knowledgeable about technique and personalizes each class for her students. Phyllis is so sweet, and believes that there is a singing voice inside of all of us. Since I have started taking lessons with her, my range has expanded and not only that, I have gained new knowledge about sheet music that I had never heard before. I would highly recommend choosing her as your teacher.
Teaching since 2002
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 15 and up
Rourou Y.Book Now
As a teacher, I have taught hundreds of students of different levels, in various dance styles, ranging from contemporary, theater, jazz, hip-hop, Chinese, improvisation, and choreography. I am passionate about helping students to achieve their individualized goals through her unique, comprehensive, and supportive teaching style. I am passionate about education and believes in the role art plays in how people learn, grow and connect with each other.
For me, dance class should be playful and stress-free. Getting to know my students is the first and foremost thing I do, because I believe it is the way to build connection and trust between my students and me.
I think the technique is less important than helping my students build their own confidence about their body. I use personalized approach to assist students to be aware of the sensation of their bodies and help them recognize the subtlety of the body movement.
While teaching movement, I explain each movement in a very detailed ...
Rourou is a dance artist whose career spans between China and New York City, incorporating choreographic investigation, theatrical dance content, dance for camera, and student mentorship. She trained rigorously in Chinese dance in a conservatory setting for over 10 years, followed by studies in Ame
Teaches students 6 and up
Teaching since 2012
Choirs are a wonderful place to grow as a singer, musician, and friend. As a choir director and coach, I enjoy finding the best repertoire and combinations of voices to enhance every choir's sound and experience in the group. I have taught children's choirs in San Diego and Los Angeles as well as been involved in co-ed and all-women's choirs over the years. As a choir director, I hope to spread the importance of community in choirs while having a fun time and expanding diversity of repertoire.
I have been teaching private voice and oboe lessons since 2012. From pop to classical, I believe that as long as you maintain a healthy foundation, you can sing and play any style of music you want! Throughout my career, I have been featured as a vocalist and oboist on Billboard-charting and award-
Teaching since 1986
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 15 to 70
John M.Book Now
I teach some techniques you don't necessarily learn in acting school which are practical and immediately usable.
What do you do when you get the script?
Using subtext to bring realism to your performance.
Line delivery: tricks of the trade.
Do you have the right monologue to fit the parts you can play?
Suggestions for a monologue(s) to fit your persona. You need more than one to fit the different genres of the play or film you are auditioning for.
How to break it down, the importance of changes.
Tactics for attacking the cold read: what to do while you're waiting in the lobby after they just handed you your "sides."
Also, refer to ACTING (above).
Double your chances to be cast by having a variety in your bag-o-tricks.
British Receive Pronunciation: consider the number of plays written by Brits, and then listen all the Americans doing RP in films. Other: Irish, Scots, Cockney, and Romance languages.
How to scan so that it helps your ...
My Credentials: MFA Carnegie Mellon. MA San Francisco State, BS Penn State HB Studio NYC Instructor at City College of San Francisco, Carnegie Mellon University; private group classes San Francisco and New Orleans. Theatre Critic for 5 years in San Francisco (For my reviews, go to BerkeleyDailyPl
Speaks English, German
Teaching since 2013
Teaches students 5 and up
Lessons are customized to each student depending on your goals and needs.
Hey everyone!! My name is Miri and I’m a professional dancer and choreographer from Germany. I trained both in Europe and in the US for about 10 years and have been teaching for over 6 years mostly in Hip Hop and Streetstyles but I also teach Heels and Beginner Tap . I got the chance to be in di
Speaks Japanese, English, French
Teaching since 2014
B.A. Theatre Arts and Minor Education from Earlham College
Whether you're interested in commercial, character, or narration work, I can help you get started on your career path. I've been working professionally for over 4 years and have conducted workshops in voice acting locally.
I studied voice acting at Voice One in San Francisco with Elaine Clark and have taken workshops with Ned Lott, Sally Clawson, and Tony Oliver to name a few. My clients include Pepsico, Vogue Italia, Cyberpunk Anime, and many more.
Hi! I’m Sara, a working actor with over 5+ years of experience in film, commercial, theatre, and voice-over work. I've received my B.A. in Theatre Arts from Earlham College and have been working professionally in Los Angeles and the Bay Area. I've been teaching private lessons since 2014 and
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