Professional actor and teacher trained extensively in Voice and Dialect work (Rodenburg), Meisner Technique, and Viewpoints. Past theater and teaching work has included many leading roles such as Blanche Dubois in A Streetcar Named Desire and Katherine Brandt in 33 Variations. Also work as a Voice and Dialect coach at the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre and the Undergraduate Voice and Speech instructor at the University of Arkansas. Reliable and charismatic with a positive outlook and a great sense of humor.
Coached the cast of Oliver! in British RP dialect, Cockney dialect, vocal projection, physical awareness, and diction.
Coached the cast of King Lear in diction, vocal projection, physical awareness and Shakespeare's scansion.
Coached the cast of Much Ado About Nothing in diction, vocal projection, physical awareness and Shakespeare's scansion.
Taught University of Arkansas undergraduates vocal warm ups, vocal and body awareness, diction exercises, proper vocal placement, connection to voice and body, movement exercises, and releasing body tension.
Taught undergraduate actors how to create 3 dimensional characters, script and character analysis, create and record blocking, and connect with fellow actors on stage.
Taught University undergraduates a basic knowledge of theatre; lights, sound, costumes, directing and acting.
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