Caitlyn Stirling

Caitlyn Stirling, 2017, is an aspiring Australian voice practitioner. She regularly works both on and off stage with theatre companies in Tasmania. Theatre credits range from directing and technical design to leading roles in musicals and classical theatre. Caitlyn is a graduate of Tasmanian College of the Arts, UTAS, Launceston, with a Bachelor of Contemporary Arts and an Honours Degree in Theatre. She is particularly passionate about heavy metal music, and is in process of exploring metal screaming as it relates to a range of theatre genres.

ONE VOICE Course in Integrative Studies VI

DESIGNED TO PREPARE PERFORMANCE SPECIALISTS TO WORK ACROSS BOUNDARIES, IN THEATRE, MUSIC AND DANCE

Participants will complete an initial Intensive focusing on integrative curricula in theatre, music and dance. They may then devise individual projects or take advanced work to qualify for certification.

Elizabeth Smith

Elizabeth Smith, 2017, is a high school educator in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She is a Level II Certified Margolis Teacher and One Voice Practitioner, teaching both Advanced Placement Literature and Advanced Theatre Studies. She has worked on over fifty high school and community productions serving as choreographer, costumer, and director, and is passionate about integrating voice and movement in the classroom.

ONE VOICE on the West Coast!

DESIGNED TO PREPARE PERFORMANCE SPECIALISTS TO WORK ACROSS BOUNDARIES, IN THEATRE, MUSIC AND DANCE

Mid-Winter Intensive at Cal State Fullerton

Participants will complete an initial Intensive focusing on integrative curricula in theatre, music and dance. They may then devise individual projects or take advanced work to qualify for certification.

Julio Agustin

Julio Agustin (Hons), 2017, is a director/choreographer who has performed in the Broadway companies of Fosse, Steel Pier, Never Gonna Dance, Bells Are Ringing, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, and Chicago. His book, The Professional Actor's Handbook: From Casting Call to Curtain Call, was released by Rowman & Littlefield in 2017.

The Vocal Gymnasium: For Healthy and Efficient Voice Use

Workshop for Harmonium Choral Society

Madison, NJ

Workshop participants will explore the relationship of physicality to breath management, pitch range, resonance, and clarity of articulation in the contexts of daily activities, vocal warm-ups, and in performance. Putting it all together, they will use the physicality of language, both spoken and sung, to inform the phrasing of both poetry and music.

ONE VOICE Certificate Course in Integrative Studies – 2nd Intensive

DESIGNED TO PREPARE PERFORMANCE SPECIALISTS TO WORK ACROSS BOUNDARIES IN THEATRE, MUSIC AND DANCE

 

2nd INTENSIVE 

This intensive is for participants who have completed the 1st Intensive and at least one year of integrative study.

Each person on the course will lead one or more approved sessions focusing on new and integrative work. Guest Faculty will present master classes on July 15.

 

ONE VOICE Course in Integrative Studies V

DESIGNED TO PREPARE PERFORMANCE SPECIALISTS TO WORK ACROSS BOUNDARIES, IN THEATRE, MUSIC AND DANCE

Participants will complete an initial six-day Intensive focusing on integrative curricula in theatre, music and dance. They then may devise individual projects or take advanced work to qualify for certification.

Maggie Marino-Pitts

Maggie Marino-Pitts (Hons), 2016, is a musical theatre performer originally from the Boston area. The past two years, she has been teaching dance at Wagner College and serving as Resident Choreographer in the Theatre Department. At Wagner she choreographed and staged A Chorus Line (2016) under the direction of Michele Pawk, and co-choreographed Cats with director and Head of Dance Rusty Curcio (2015).

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