Improve Your Voice for Public Speaking - Alignment and Physical Awareness

Adults · Learning
Does your occupation require the regular use of your voice in some way: training,interviewing, giving speeches, presenting ideas or projects? Well, guess what? This means that you are a "Professional Voice User." The voice is not something we often think about - unless problems with it arise - but effective use of it can be essential to how well we do our jobs. Join Sarah Nichols -actor, singer, and voice, accent, and communication coach - for a four-part interactive series that will address the key elements necessary to achieving fuller, healthier, and more engaging vocal production for public speaking.
Audience: Adults
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Upcoming Session

September 29, 2 PM EDT
For Adults · 45 mins


358 of 400 spots reserved

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Meet Our Instructor

Sarah Nichols
A voice, accent, and communication coach and performer from Orlando, Florida. Since receiving a BFA in Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory at Berklee in 2014, she has performed on tour in the US with TheatreworksUSA and on Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas. Last year, Sarah completed an MFA in Voice Studies at The Royal Central School of Speech in Drama in London. She has taught at Virginia Commonwealth University, East 15 Acting School, Rose Bruford College of Theatre & Performance, and the American University in Cairo. Sarah is proud to be a Senior Editor-at-Large for the International Dialects of English Archive (IDEA) and an active member of the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA), where she serves on the Junior Board, the website team, and as the assistant archivist. Now based in Washington, DC, Sarah teaches voice and accent workshops for Washington Improv Theater, The Little Theatre of Alexandria, and The Actors’ Center. To contact Sarah with any inquiries, visit her website: www.sarahnicholsvoice.com