Voice Theatre Returns!

Wish List

VOICE THEATRE RETURNS! We are diving back in to live theatre this summer & fall at local farmer’s markets—on the back of a pick-up truck! For this radical change of venue, we are in need of a few items to present our first live pop-up play, POPCORN by Karen Gill.

If you can help with any of the following items, we would love to hear from you.

  • Portable Amplifier & Lavalier Microphones – For the performances at the farmer’s markets.
  • Transit Cargo Van – To facilitate touring productions.
  • Apple Mac Computers – For our lighting and sound designers.
  • NEC P554W LCD Projector & NEC projection lamp bulbs – To enable Super Titles for Spanish speaking students.
  • Lastly, we hope to see you in-person again soon for POPCORN!

Contact: email info@voicetheatre.org or call 845 679 0154

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Voice Theatre 2021 Season

Voice Theatre’s 2021 Season

POPCORN  by Karen Gill
Direction by Shauna Kanter

Pop-up Performances: Stay tuned for schedule

Classes & Workshops

Online Adult Acting Classes Wednesdays 6-8pm (EST)
& Mondays 6-8pm (EST) beginning Feb. 8th

In person Adult Acting Classes UPSTATE begin Monday, Oct. 20th (COVID-19 permitting)

In person Adult Acting Classes MANHATTAN begin Wednesday, Oct. 30th (COVID-19 permitting)

In person Youth Acting Workshops begin Oct. 16th (COVID-19 permitting)

Play Readings

Six Plays Walk into a Bar
presented Sunday, Nov 14
Co-produced and presented at THE COLONY, Woodstock, NY

Main Stage Productions

Stand-by for our 2022 Season Announcement

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Voice Theatre 2021 Season Classes

New Monday night acting class begins Feb 8th 6-8pm (EST)

Incorporating improvisation, acting techniques, voice & movement actors focus on building solid acting methods. Improvisation, sense memory, technique exercises, monologue & scene work enable actors to develop deeper concentration, depth, imagination & character work enabling them to make bold inventive acting choices in a supportive atmosphere of creative play. Actors will come to understand & experience the tools they need to successfully navigate auditions, rehearsals and performances.

Start Date: 2/8/21
Time: Every Monday 6-8pm (EST)
Fee: $100 for 4 classes. Each class is 2 hours.
Classes are taught by Shauna Kanter
Enrollment: Limited to 12. Admission is rolling.

Registration: Shauna@voicetheatre.org
or call: 845 679 0154

Payment: https://voicetheatre.org/support-us/

Shauna Kanter is the artistic director of Voice Theatre. She has taught acting and voice at: The Stella Adler Studio, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, T. Schreiber Studio and the New Actor’s Workshop. In England at: The Mountview Theatre Conservatory, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Queen Margaret College and Middlesex University – all members of the Professional Theatre Training Programme of Great Britain. She has been a guest artist at Bowdoin College, Williams College and Harden-Simmons College. Ms. Kanter has directed over forty plays in eleven countries from Ramallah, Palestine to Aberdeen, Scotland to San Antonio, Texas USA. She directed the Off-Broadway production of RETZACH at 59E59 Theatre, Measure for Measure for the Abilene Shakespeare Festival, Women’s Minyan at JET, in Detroit as well as multiple plays for Voice Theatre at the Byrdcliffe Theatre in Woodstock, NY. She is published by Cune Press, River Technologies, Arts Navigator UK and Drama Book Publishers. Currently she is teaching for Gilda’s Club, NYC, Williams College and privately. Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Legacy

Covid-19 alert all performances postponed and workshops canceled

LEGACY
written and directed by Shauna Kanter

NYC: Arts at St. John’s
218 West 11th St. (just west of 7th Ave.)

April 29 & 30
May 7th 
 -all performances postponed
*Additional dates and venue to be announced

NYC: Legacy Project In-school Workshops & Refugee Workshops
March 25 – May 8
-canceled


Berlin 1939 and America today.

Legacy is based on the true story of a young American who rescues a Jewish photo-journalist and her children out of Germany. This suspenseful escape is pierced by stories of today’s refugees.

Legacy reminds us that one person can always make a difference.


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