Once per year we get the incredible opportunity to work with legendary dialect coach Doug Honorof!
Doug is one of the most sought after dialect coaches and dialogue consultants in film and tv (see his IMDb). He has taught at Voice One since 2000 and has lectured extensively around the country including in the Acting Department of the Yale School of Drama. His client roster includes Broadway stars, well-respected film, television and voice actors and some of the most talented newbies in the business!
Explore your voice and expand your range with an expert phonetician and dialect coach for film, TV, and stage. You’ll be guided through all the sounds of the world’s languages, master reference vowels, lexical sets and other tools needed to pick up accents in a hurry.
Dates: June 21-23 • Mon-Tues-Wed • 6:30pm-8:30pm PDT
Doug will coach you individually and in groups on accents from the Southeast of England - RP, London and Estuary, Northern Cities (U.S.), Metro NY, Southern, Mountain, Irish and East Asian accents. You'll also receive dozens of sound files and voice placement charts.
Prerequisite: Articulatory Flexibility
Dates: June 26-27• Sat-Sun • 10am-5pm PDT
Using the process you mastered in his other classes, Doug will help you create new characters from accents you already worked up or need for an audition or job, and build new accents based on voices found in Internet archives. Returning students, repeating this class is encouraged!
Prerequisite: Dialects I
Date: June 28 • Monday • 10am-5pm PDT
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