Zoom Season 2020

Voice Theatre’s Zoom Season 2020

Live Stream Performances

OUR TOWN by Thornton Wilder
April 24 & 25 

FUDDY MEERS by David Lindsay-Abaire
May 30

ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE by Henrik Ibsen/Adaptation Arthur Miller
June 26 & 27

I HATE HAMLET by Paul Rudnick
July 24 & 25

COVID PAGES presented by VT’s Acting Class
August 22 

REPUBLICAN and DEMOCRATIC WOMEN SPEAK OUT
October 22

Zoom Acting Classes

Saturdays – 1-3pm (EST)
Registration / Info: info@voicetheatre.org

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Voice Workshop Shauna Kanter leads calling all singers, actors & speakers

Sunday, February 23rd 1-3:30pm
This workshop focuses on the fundamental tools that build healthy, powerful, expressive voices. You will learn how to utilize your breath to increase your vocal power. Detailed exercises will correct alignment and unlock tension in your jaw, tongue, face, throat, abdominal area, shoulders and lower back. We use simple stretching while working on pitch and resonance. Your speaking and singing voice will strengthen and vocal expressiveness will expand. Fun user-friendly group singing makes these sessions creative and liberating.

Questions/register: emailShauna@voicetheatre.org or call: 917 494 6273

Venue: Pearl Studios, 519 Eighth Ave. 12th fl., Studio L, NYC
Fee: $60, limited to 10 participants
More info:
 freeyourspeakingandingvoice.org

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. 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 and Drama Book Publishers. 

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Beginner Acting Classes on Zoom with Shauna Kanter

Due to Covid 19 Voice Theatre’s acting classes have moved online.

Join us for the new space and time! Wednesdays 6-8pm

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

 

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Breakfast Time Theatre

Theatre at 10am in the morning? Why not. Join Voice Theatre for Legacy by Shauna Kanter. The NYC Voice Theatre ensemble will be performing a staged reading October 2nd and 3rd at the Byrdcliffe Theatre. Tickets: $10 Reservations strongly advised: 845 679 0154.

Based on a true story, a young American man attempts to rescue a Jewish family out of Berlin in 1939. LEGACY unravels as his daughter unearths the story of her father’s cowardice and courage. As she discovers his long-held secrets, we learn that her father is risking his life to save a Jewish photojournalist who is collecting evidence of mounting nationalism, racism and anti-Semitism. This suspenseful tale of escape intersects with the present day true stories of teen refugees.

Lee Buchman and Arley Tarpian in the NYC production

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Voice Theatre Youth Workshops

March Madness

Voice Theatre’s 2016 season is warming up. Session 1 of our Summer Youth Workshops at Woodstock’s Byrdliffe Theater is already half full, but Early Bird discounts are available until May 1st. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn or hone your acting chops – the workshops are run by the Voice Theatre team of professional actors, directors and company members carefully selected by Voice Theatre.

Tickets are available for the Spring Reading Series by calling 845-679-0154. The readings are held on Thursday evenings at 7:00pm, beginning March 31st, at New World Home Cooking. The first reading is a presentation of Will Eno’s “The Realistic Joneses”, directed by Sean Marrinan. A staged reading has all the drama of a play, at a greatly reduced price, in New World’s casual and friendly atmosphere.Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail