vocal technique can enrich emotions
Actors from the 16th century used twang for a better projection
Not kidding. Actors who played Shakespeare’s masterpieces had to reach a whole audience without a microphone. And they succeeded! How? By using twang, an optimal resonance and the former version of belting.
As an actor, it’s your job to translate written words through a vivid character. You are the medium between text and audience. To embody the character as well as possible you use your voice and body.
How do you make sure your voice matches the character you play?
How can you be heard without losing the interpretation your character and the piece asks for?
How can you perform all night long without getting hoarse?
Together we can search for a voice that feels comfortable, that can carry easily across the audience and sounds the way you want.
We’ll focus on articulation, (breath)support, projection, power, co-articulation, resonance and interpretation invoice.
Think of tone, speed and volume.
Want to know more? Contact me!