The Voice Guy is Eric Armstrong, Associate Professor of Voice in the Theatre Department at York University, Toronto. Here he focuses on Speaking Voice, Accents, and Language for Actors, Actors-in-Training and Others with How-to’s on warm-ups, practice & voice use.
The home page of Catherine Fitzmaurice, and Fitzmaurice Voicework.
Amy Stoller is an award-winning dialect coach based in New York City.
She teaches accents and dialects to performers, and American English speech and diction to non-performers. Her Gallimaufry page offers tips and useful links.
Joanna Cazden, voice coach and speech pathologist, offers vocal health resources for singers and speakers.
The home page for Kristen Linklater, author of Freeing the Natural Voice, and Shakespeare’s Voice
Margi Brown Ash facilitates workshops aimed at developing resilience and understanding of self using the arts. She also supervises experiential professional development workshops designed specifically for artists, educators and professionals in the humanities, arts and social sciences throughout Queensland. She works primarily with young adult artists, individuals in transition and children.
Based in Austin, Texas, actor/writer/director Travis Bedard riffs on all things theatre.
Kris Joseph is an actor, based in Toronto, Canada, and this is his personal blog, a generous sharing about life and love of acting.
“A blog dedicated to artists who are serious about their business” this blog offers seriously useful advice and information about the business side of being a creative artist.
Kate Foy, voice and acting teacher, all round theatre and technological wizard shares her thoughts and some extremely useful links to a range of articles, videos and other useful sites.
I’m adding a couple of new links, these are fascinating blogs by dedicated actors, teachers and theatre makers.
The Shakespeare Blog offers some great insights into matters of interpretation, and performance techniques on all matter Shakespeare.
The Ottawa Theatre Network is going to be an interesting discussion to follow, as a group of actors and theatre makers set about organising themselves into a force to be reckoned with.
Sterling Lynch is the Ottawa-based actor who is keeping the information flowing for the Ottawa Theatre Network, and his own personal blog offers some insights into the life of a working actor.
Closer to home, take a look at Kate Foy’s blog The Groundling. Kate is former head of Voice at USQ, still a force to be reckoned with on all matters theatre in and around South East Queensland, and all round wise woman.
Please feel free to share your suggestions for this page!