Voice work helps you to access your emotions with ease, promotes clarity of thought, focus and presence, and connects you to your self, character, and text in deeper ways.

Linklater Voice is taught in many of the premier Actor Training Programs and in University Training Programs in the US and abroad. Many actors find that voice work is the corner stone of actor training. It is the matrix from which all else grows.

There are levels to the voice work. If you took a voice class is college, rediscovering it after being in the working world can open up new levels and layers in you and in your acting as you become more proficient at accessing your self/work though your voice.

In LA, it’s often said that acting for the camera is all about the eyes. And certainly, that’s true, but it’s also all about your voice. Voice work is about so much more than being heard. The vibration of your voice communicates with the same or greater power than the eyes. What can be expressed through the nuance of your voice is larger than what your mind can conceptualize. Voice work is a deeply creative human expression. The more finely tuned your instrument is to all that wafts through you while you act, the greater your ability to communicate what it means to be human is.