Courage to what? Speak, fight back, be heard, perform voice over, recite poetry, sing, rap, record, and amplify your authority.
Having courage to speak up and be heard is difficult for everyone of us. We watch others grace a stage, podium, recording booth, or even move about a party with grace and ease, and we assume that this comes natural to the person. Although this may be true in some cases, for most, they have done some personal inner work, worked with a coach, have taken classes, or read self-help books. There are endless avenues to approach getting over your fears and becoming more vocally courageous, and we will go over some of these techniques in my class.
My goal is to help each and every one of my students to feel more confident in the way that they are expressing themselves vocally in personal and professional endeavors. This reaches far beyond performance. Voice acting is a particularly nuanced form of entertainment, that requires courage to become a believable character that is merely heard. I will go over implementing techniques for students to use in their professional and private life, equipping you with tools to manage your fears even when you feel put on the spot and unprepared.
All of us have a voice that must be heard in order to communicate and express ourselves, and I am looking forward to sharing mine with you.
Starting in just a few weeks, this class is the perfect class for beginning and intermediate voice actors.
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