Voice Theatre’s 2020-21 Season

Covid19 Alert

LEGACY by Shauna Kanter

NYC Venue: Arts at St. John’s
218 West 11th Street (just west of 7th Ave)
April 29 & 30
May 7
All performances postponed

**Additional dates and venue to be announced**

New York City

Legacy Project in-school Workshops & Refugee Workshops
March 25 – May 8  canceled

Voice Workshops  canceled – standby for updates
1/26, 2/23, 3/29, 4/26, 5/24, 6/28


Summer Youth Workshop
July 13 – July 26
NEW Venue: Utopia Studios, The Bearville Arts Complex, Woodstock, NY

PlayFest: Six Plays Walk into a Bar
The Colony, Opens September 13


Restorative Justice Teen Workshops
September 15 – October 15



4 spaces left in Free Your Voice workshop with Shauna Kanter

The Workshop focuses on exercises that will build and strengthen your voice. You will learn how to utilize your natural breath and your vocal power. You’ll practice exercises that unlock tension blocks in each part of your voice. You’ll develop strength, expressiveness, confidence and resonance.

To register/ more info email: Shauna@voicetheatre.org or call 917 494 6273

Venue: Pearl Studios, 519 Eight Ave. 12th fl., Studio L, NYC

Fee: $50, limited to 12 participants

More info: https://freeyourspeakingandsingingvoice.org/




Covid-19 alert all performances postponed and workshops canceled

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

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.


Byrdcliffe Theater

Historical Landmark Gets Renovation

Voice Theatre article in the  Woodstock Times, April 2015
Read full article by Violet Snow in the WOODSTOCK TIMES, April 2015.

All events except the Spring Reading Series will be held at the Byrdcliffe Theater just minutes from the center of town.
380 Upper Byrdcliffe Road, Woodstock, NY 12498

And building off the success of our anti-bullying workshops in Kingston schools last year, we will expand our unique programs in area schools this coming year.Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail