Two to four day Voice Intensives are taught several times a year. They give you an opportunity for concentrated voice work that can help move you through to the next level more quickly.
Your Voice and Shakespeare!
10:00 – 3:00 PM
One day workshop. No previous experience in Shakespeare necessary. This workshop is open to all. 2 ways to participate in this workshop.
Shakespeare’s texts are the perfect workout for your voice, your acting, and your soul. Memorize a monologue – connect to the passion of feeling or the complexity of the thought, open your voice and ride that wild horse!
In the morning we’ll work on freeing and opening your voice. We’ll also work with techniques that will help you crack Shakespeare’s language, decipher the meaning, and depth of feeling through the rhythm and the sounds in the language. In the afternoon, individual text work in front of the class.
There are two ways to participate –
1) The Whole Enchilada: Participate in both the morning and the afternoon. Cost: 225.00
2) The Taco Salad: Take the morning of Voice and Shakespeare techniques. Observe the application of the work to Shakespeare monologues in the afternoon. Cost: 175.00
Location: Culver CityTaught by Adele Cabot & Maybe some surprise Guest Artists!
Questions? Contact Adele by replying to this email or email@example.com
Nonrefundable $100.00 deposit reserves your space in class. Balance due before class starts. No credits or refunds for missed classes.
Bio info for Adele Cabot:
Adele Cabot worked at Shakespeare’s Globe in London twice. First as an actor in the Summer International Actors Company where actors from all over the world came together to rehearse and perform Cymbeline on the Globe Stage. She returned to head up and teach at the Teachers in Performance Intensive the following year. She worked with text teacher, Giles Block and other members of the Globe artistic staff. She trained in Kristin Linklater’s Freeing Shakespeare’s Voice with Kristin; and at Shakespeare & Co where she also taught in the month long Intensive in Lenox, MA with Tina Packer and the late, great Dennis Krausnick. Adele has performed and directed Shakespeare plays starting with playing Juliet at age 12, and many other roles – to directing Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Tempest to text and voice coaching many of the plays. She’s a lifelong lover of Shakespeare’s work and uses it often in her teaching of voice. She has read or seen all but one play (you’ll have to guess which one!) She taught Acting Shakespeare at University of Maryland and has used in in her voice classes at UCLA School of Theater, Film, & Television, CSUN, AMDA NYC, and more.
Voice and The Archetypes. July 12-13, 2019
Co-taught by Adele Cabot and Leigh Smiley
Discover and deepen your authentic connection to the voice and body of characters within you in this two day workshop built around universal archetypes. Expand the range of how you can be cast, how you perform characters you didn’t know you had within your grasp, and embrace your potential of expression. Bring two monologues, deep curiosity and your desire to grow.
This is an advanced voice/acting/movement workshop for anyone who has completed Level 1 & 2 Linklater Voice or has substantial work in other vocal techniques. No prior experience in Archetype work is necessary.
We are thrilled to welcome Master Teacher Leigh Wilson Smiley who will co-teach with Adele Cabot.
Please contact Adele Cabot directly if you would like to be a part of this extraordinary two day workshop. firstname.lastname@example.org
$100.00 deposit reserves your space in class (Refundable if we are able to fill your space in the workshop should you cancel.) Balance is due by July 3rd.
No credits, make-ups, or refunds for missed classes
Who is Leigh Wilson Smiley – Co-teacher Voice and the Archetypes:
Leigh Wilson Smiley (Guest Teacher: Voice and The Archetypes) is an inspirational voice, dialect, acting, and presentation coach. Hailing from the Washington, DC area, Leigh is a Designated Linklater Voice Teacher, Associate Professor, and the Director of the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies at the University of Maryland. She has taught at Emerson College, University of Pennsylvania, University of the Arts, NYU, and Fordham University. Smiley works as a Director of Voice and Dialects with artistic teams at Center Stage, Arena Stage, Everyman Theatre, Round House Theatre, Fords Theatre, Signature Theatre, John F. Kennedy Center, the Folger Shakespeare Theatre, and Shakespeare & Company. She has coached NBC on-camera news spokespeople, Cirque du Soleil performers, lawyers, doctors, scientists and executives in performance and presentation skills. Smiley developed and maintains the Visual Accent and Dialect Archive, a web based resource for dialect and accent samples. She is a member of AEA, SAG/AFTRA, ATHE, and the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA).
Past Intensives offered:
Level 3 Intensive!
Sound and Movement and the Text
Advanced Class for anyone who’s completed Levels 1 & 2. Also open to Linklater Teacher Trainees.What your voice can express is bottomless. The test of a truly masterful actor is having a voice that can express so much more than a general wash of emotion or thought. Being human is complicated. We sometimes feel many things at the same time and often these emotions and thoughts are in conflict with each other. Being able to express the many different things we think and feel at once through your voice is sometimes called having a lot of colors in your voice. The more specific you are and the more free and open your voice is, the more colors your voice will have.
We will work on:
-Upper Resonators and high energy voice: screaming, laughing, crying
-Sound and Movement: total immersion into fully embodying your voice
-Expanding on text work done in level 1&2.
-Individual issues and problems
Two-Day Voice for Camera Acting. Many actors who work on camera often speak about their voices feeling minimized by the mic. In this Intensive we work to stay connected to impulse while using your whole 4 octave speaking range without the volume needed for stage work. Don’t loose expression because you have to speak with less volume.
Please sign up to find out about Intensives as they are announced.