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Voice, Speech & Movement Coaches

including accent reduction, dance for actors & stage combat*


Tia has been seen on Broadway, in The Merchant of Venice (Broadhurst Theater), and regionally in Richard III (Allentown Shakespeare) Loving and Loving (Stella Adler Studios), Much Ado About Nothing (Two River Theater), The Merchant of Venice and The Winter’s Tale at The Public Theater in New York's renowned "Shakespeare in the Park" summer series . . .  full bio



 BFA Virginia Commonwealth University * Voice Speech & Text


BILL DEMERITT * MFA Yale * BFA MMC * Accent Reduction, Shakespeare, Narration

Bill's a dynamic New York vet, with appearances in HBO's The Normal Heart (based on the Tony-award winning play by Larry Kramer), Law & Order: SVU, The Lennon Report, Person of Interest, Guiding LightOne Life to Live, and Vimeo's original series, The Outs, along with national VO & on-camera campaigns, video games, a number of brilliant audiobook performances . . .  full bio


STACEY LINNARTZ * MFA NYU (Gerald and Iris Cantor Fellowship) * Voice & Body for Teens * BA Wheaton College, MA: Theatre & Dramatic Literature, Lillian Hellman Award


Stacey Linnartz is a New York City-based actor, director, producer, and teacher of acting. She is currently the Advanced Acting professor for the BFA programs at Playwrights Horizons Theatre School at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and for the New York State Summer School of the Arts . . .  full bio


KIMIYE CORWIN * MFA Brown/Trinity * BFA Juilliard * Movement, Text & Dance 

Kimiye's an actor, dancer & choreographer working out of Brooklyn, and a lifelong director, teacher & collaborator. Prior to her acting career, she danced professionally with the Jose Limon Dance Company for five years; her New York stage appearances as an actress include productions with Red Bull, Ma-Yi Theater & NAATCO; regional credits include . . .  full bio


Amy's an award-winning stage, screen & voice actress, with cherished theatrical productions including Appropriate (Humana, Louisville),  Intimate Apparel (Two River Theatre), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Theatre of Frankfurt), Beauty (La Jolla), Fallen Angels (Dorset Theater), Electra (Warehouse), There's No Bayville in Texas (Baldwin Festival; Outstanding Lead Actress Award) . . .  full bio

* MFA UCSD * BA UNC-Chapel Hill * Voice, Speech & Text




MFA The Old Globe/USD * BFA MMC * Text, Shakespeare, Narration

Over the last decade, Neil has drawn from his experience as a classically-trained actor to bring to life 130+ fiction and non-fiction audiobooks, as well as long-form journalism, from just about every genre that exists. Known for his facility and versatility with dialects from all over the world and larger than life characterizations, he's received two Audiofile Earphone Awards . . .  full bio



Victoria's an accomplished actress, director and teacher, currently Professor of Performing Arts at the Savannah College of Arts and Design. Professional directing includes Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit at the Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, The Lacy Project and Sophie Scholl: The Last Days in New York City; educational credits include Constellations, Sense and Sensibility, Steel Magnolias . . .  full bio



 BA Barnard College * Voice, Text, Shakespeare

AMANDA CREIGHTON * MFA New York University * BFA Univ. of Utah * Voice & Speech

A versatile actor, director and educator, Amanda's career spans screen, television, and stage. As a director, credits include Romeo and Juliet, the world premiere of Creighton James’s Dirt (Red Herring Prods), Two Gentleman of Verona (Jebby Awards winner). Other directing includes an originally conceived production of Heinrich Hoffman’s Struwwelpeter, and an all-female staging of MacBeth . . .  full bio           


BIANCA AMATO * University of Cape Town * Emery Battis Award, Elliot Norton Award, Helen  Hayes & Irene nominee, Audie & Earphones multi-award winner 

Bianca's distinguished career began in her home country of South Africa, before moving to NYC, appearing in celebrated Broadway productions including Tom Stoppard's Tony award-winning Coast of Utopia trilogy, Arcadia and MacbethThe Importance of Being Earnest at BAM, Top Girls, Pride & Prejudice, As You Like It and Pygmalion at the Guthrie, King Lear . . .  full bio

GRETCHEN HALL  * MFA NYU * BA Fordham University * Voice & Speech, Shakespeare


Gretchen is an accomplished actress, teacher & acting coach, with a wide range of work including the title role in Major Barbara at A.C.T & Theater Calgary, Nora in A Doll's House at The Old Globe, Imogen in Cymbeline and Isabella in Measure for Measure at Shakespeare Theatre Company, Trouble in Mind at Arena Stage, Kate in Taming of the Shrew at Shakespeare Santa Cruz . . .  full bio

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