We believe that developing the mind, the body, the spirit, and the Voice are critical practices for success as an actor.
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As actors, the voice is one of our most relied-upon tools. But how well do you know your voice and all that it can do? This course is designed to offer a practical understanding of how the voice works, while also developing personal awareness of the connection between the voice, the body and the mind.
We will explore the relationship that relaxation, breath and physical alignment have with volume, tone, resonance and placement, while looking deeply into personal habits that can get support or hinder our work as actors.
Students will work with a chosen monologue, in addition to texts chosen by the instructor.
This class is physical in nature, so wear comfortable clothes & shoes, and bring writing materials.
Having studied voice and speech for 7 years under renowned voice teacher Kristin Linklater, Meg now works with students to help them take ownership of their wonderfully unique voices. She teaches Voice and Speech at Cornish College of the Arts, and she serves as a vocal coach with Jack Straw Studios. Meg teaches the Core Curriculum at Freehold Theatre Lab, in addition to teaching their Voice and Text classes. She has assisted with voice training at Columbia Business School and World Leaders Forum in New York City.