Building that stage at our new venue! Bethany Hall at Old Dutch, 272 Wall Street, Kingston, NY

Voice Theatre ART by Yasmina Reza
ART is a poignant test of friendship. Crackling, cutting language reveals comic and tragic truths. Three tried and true friends discover how they see themselves and each other. The plot revolves around a white painting that one of them has bought for an exorbitant sum. The cast includes: Robert Langdon Lloyd as Marc, Neil Howard, (The Colony of Woodstock impresario) and John Gazzale as Yvan, last seen as George in Voice Theatre’s All My Sons. The production is directed by Shauna Kanter.
 
We are thrilled to be in our new, larger but still intimate venue in Kingston centrally located to shops, restaurants and parking. Pre-COVID we sold-out every show. The Skin of our Teeth and All My Sons played to completely sold-out houses.                                
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In-person Acting Classes vaccinated actors only

Wednesday; 6-8:30pm, www.voicetheatre.org

Powerful rehearsal and performance tools increase your skills as an actor. The class emphasizes creating a character that is a believable, natural and spontaneous, actor preparation and freeing your actor’s instrument allowing you to trust yourself as an artist. You will work with theatre games, script analysis, monologues and scene study. Voice and physical theatre included.

Time: 6-8:30pm, Every Wednesday                                                   

Place: Alliance of Resident Theatres, 520 8th Avenue, NYC

Limited to 12 actors

Tuition: Monthly $160

Registration/Info: Info@voicetheatre.org or 917.494.6273

Website: www.voicetheatre.org

Shauna Kanter leads a warm-up for acting class
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Voice Theatre Adult Acting Classes

NYC IN-PERSON ACTING CLASSES RESUME

Wednesdays 6-8:30pm www.voicetheatre.org

Powerful rehearsal and performance tools increase your skills as an actor. The class emphasizes creating a character that is a believable, natural and spontaneous, actor preparation and freeing your actor’s instrument allowing you to trust yourself as an artist. You will work with theatre games, script analysis, monologues and scene study. Voice and physical theatre included.

Time: 6-8:30pm, Every Wednesday                                                   

Place: Alliance of Resident Theatres, 520 8th Avenue, NYC

Limited to 12 actors

Tuition: Monthly $160

Registration/Info: Info@voicetheatre.org or 917.494.6273

Website: www.voicetheatre.org

Master Class directed by Shauna Kanter
REtzak directed by Shauna Kanter
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Get Ready for live theatre….in person classes, NYC

Get back into shape. The world needs actors the world needs artists. In-Person acting classes taught by Shauna Kanterhttps://voicetheatre.org/artistic-director/ at ART New York starting April 13th. We have 4 places left. Fully vaccinated actors only.More info: https://voicetheatre.org/acting-classes/Time: 6-8:30pm, Every WednesdayPlace: ART, 520 8th Avenue, NYC Limited to 12 actors

Wednesday; 6-8:30pm, www.voicetheatre.org

Powerful rehearsal and performance tools increase your skills as an actor. The class emphasizes creating a character that is a believable, natural and spontaneous, actor preparation and freeing your actor’s instrument allowing you to trust yourself as an artist. You will work with theatre games, script analysis, monologues and scene study. Voice and physical theatre included.

Time: 6-8:30pm, Every Wednesday                                                   

Place: Alliance of Resident Theatres, 520 8th Avenue, NYC

Limited to 12 actors

Tuition: Monthly $160

Registration/Info: Info@voicetheatre.org or 917.494.6273

Website: www.voicetheatre.org

Teacher: Shauna Kanter’s students have acted at; Theatre for a New Audience, Irish Rep, Royal Shakespeare Company, in the UK on Eastenders, Heartbeat and on Broadway and in the West End. She is the artistic director of Voice Theatre and has taught acting at: The Stella Adler Studio, NYU School of the Arts and T. Schreiber Studio. In the UK at: Mountview Theatre Conservatory, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and Middlesex University. She currently teaches acting for Bard LLI. She has directed over forty plays in eleven countries from Ramallah, Palestine to Aberdeen, Scotland to San Antonio, Texas.

The Skin of Our Teeth Direction: Shauna Kanter, from left to right Olivia Howell, Megan Bones

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