Jeffrey Dreisbach

Acting Faculty Member

Jeffrey Dreisbach received his BFA degree from Wayne State University in Michigan. He studied Theatre Performance in London and subsequently moved to New York where he accumulated theatre, film and television credits for over 20 years. Notable performances include film roles in SplashDie Hard 3The Thomas Crown Affair. For TV, Jeffrey was Norman Van Buren in the soap opera, Another World and appeared in many television commercials and voice over's. His last Broadway appearance was as Lt. Kendrick in Aaron Sorkin's A FEW GOOD MEN which he performed over 500 times. Jeffrey joined McCorkle Casting as a casting partner 10 years ago and has contributed to Broadway, Off-Broadway, Film and Television casting. McCorkle casting has cast over 50 Broadway and 60 Off Broadway productions, 65 feature films and countless television projects. His book on Voice-overs, Conversation Pieces Out of the Studio, is currently being used in several BFA and MFA training programs for actors. Jeffrey is the podcast host of "Casting Actors Cast" The podcast for actors to learm more about the business.  It is heard weekly around the world with over 12,000 downloads and can be found on any podcast provider.

Voted "Favorite Vocal Coach"
— 1st Annual Backstage Readers’ Choice Award
"For anyone in NYC area looking for a great voice class, Page Clements at T. Schreiber Studio is AMAZING. Took her Vocal Production class years ago & the gems still live with me to this day."
— Lamar R.
“Page taught me how to find my real, true voice, which I possessed in childhood but lost somewhere along the way. And her coaching isn’t just technical. The voice work has helped me become more emotionally available than I have ever been in my life.”
— Jon Orsini, published in Backstage