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The Actor’s Voice - 2-Day Workshop

The Actor’s Voice - 2-Day Workshop

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When:

  • Sat 25 Jun, 10:00am – 4:00pm
  • Sun 26 Jun, 10:00am – 4:00pm

Where:

Howick Little Theatre, 1 Sir Lloyd Drive, Pakuranga

Restrictions:

R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $65.00

Website:

HLT’s website

Update: Only $65 - 3 places left

A vocal workshop with internationally trained voice and performance coach Kirstie O’Sullivan
With funding from Creative Communities/Auckland Council.

Cost includes workbook.
Limited to 10 people aged 18 and over.

Download a registration form from the Workshops page on the HLT website and return it to the office (info@hlt.org.nz) to book your place.

This Level 1 course was created for actors who wish to expand their understanding and application of vocal practice in performance.

Please note places are strictly limited in order to provide all participants with personal attention and feedback.

Brief Outline of Course:
The Actor's Voice is a two-day experiential workshop that explores the interdependence of your voice, breath and body.

As an actor, you must develop a physical, technical and creative understanding of your own voice. Having a connected, expressive and authentic voice is integral to sustaining a career as an actor on stage and screen.

The Actor's Voice will ensure you have the tools to effectively use your voice with stamina, freedom and flexibility in all areas of performance.

Your voice and how you communicate is a personal expression of who you are and how you work. This workshop will help you to identify and amplify your strong points and to identify and minimise any habits that keep you from speaking and communicating effectively.

Background: Kirstie O’Sullivan
Kirstie is a voice and performance coach based in Auckland, New Zealand. She was the founding Head of Voice for The Actors' Program and has coached voice for ATC, Silo Theatre, Massive Company, Auckland Shakespeare Company and Pop-up Globe Theatre. Kirstie has also worked extensively with film and television production companies throughout Aotearoa. She regularly lectures in voice and communication training at Auckland and Waikato Universities and has been on the faculty of the annual New Zealand Law Society Litigation Skills programme since 2010. Kirstie is also Director of The Voice Practice which specialises in media and communication coaching, voice and performance coaching and business presentation skills.

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