Voice & Speech

Voice and Speech

Let Your Voice Be Heard

Connect Your Voice to Your Body

Train Your Voice to Access Different Accents

Strengthen Your Voice and Relax into the Sound of the Language

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The voice is one of an actor’s main instruments it is your own unique stamp on the characters you play. Voice and Speech classes teach you to find your voice and access a wider range. Our classes focus on accent reduction, general vocal technique, and dialects for performance. Voice and Speech classes are open to all levels of experience.

*Now you can study with T. Schreiber Studio in-person or online from anywhere in the world.

Accent Reduction

Accent Reduction

Accent Reduction with Page Clements helps actors with a distinct regional accent become more commercial, allowing them to submit for a wider range of roles in theatre, film, and television.
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Dialect Training

Dialect Training

Each 5-week session with Page Clements focuses on one specific dialect or accent using a phonetic approach to strengthen the ear and provide the actor with the tools necessary to build your next character.
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Vocal Production

Vocal Production

This on-going class with Page Clements introduces the actor to a range of physical exercises to strengthen breath control, develop a stronger vocal tone, and relax the throat and upper body.
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Invest in a Voice & Speech Class if you...

Feel ready to address issues with your voice.
Are transitioning to stage acting from on-camera acting.
Have a distinct regional accent but want to submit for a wider range of roles.

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After this course, you will…

Wow casting at your next Pinter audition with your flawless British accent.
Understand the language at a visceral level.
Have practical warmups and tools to use in your everyday life.

 

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Resident Voice & Speech Faculty Member: Page Clements

An actress and private coach in New York City. She received her BFA in acting from Wesleyan College, where she also received the Wesleyan Woman of the Year award. She furthered her training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, receiving the Lawrence Langner Award and the Charles Jehlinger Awards for speech and acting respectively. She was invited to attend a third year in the Repertory Company, receiving the school’s first Neil Simon Foundation Scholarship.

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