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Voice Intensive for Actors with Denise Norman, 7:00pm to 9:00pm 20 20

Registration for Active Members opens Monday, March 9th at 9am. Registration for Supporting Members and non-Members opens on Wednesday, March 11th at 9am.

Join us for a performers intensive focusing on vocal and physical approaches to acting.

Denise Norman, an expert in vocal training for the theatre, has agreed to lead  a series of workshops based on vocal and physical techniques that guide the actor to greater awareness of expression, while encouraging freedom to prompt bolder choices in rehearsal exploration.

Who can participate? Any actor working on their craft.

Schedule:

Wednesday, April 1st 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Wednesday, April 15th 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Wednesday, April 21st 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Wednesday, April 28th 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Location: Alumnae Theatre Company, 70 Berkeley Street, Toronto. 

Cost for the entire session:

Active Members: $100.00
Supporting Members and non-Members: $200.00

Registration fees are non-refundable. Space is limited.

More about Denise Norman:

Denise Norman is an MA and MFA Graduate of York University whose singing and acting training includes a focus on Voice with David Smukler and Gwen Little, and Clown with Richard Pochinko, Sue Morrison and Philippe Gaulier. Performance credits include Dean Burry’s one person musical Sweetheart as Mary Pickford; the title role in The Vile Governess Directed by Sue Miner; and Isabella in Measure for Measure at Theatre Resource Centre. Denise also teaches extensively, with 19 years of experience teaching acting students at Erindale College (University of Toronto), and Sheridan College in Oakville, McMaster University, York University, Seneca College, Randolph College for the Performing Arts, and Young People's Theatre. Her 26 years of Professional Theatre experience includes: Acting; Producing; Directing; Dramaturgy; Singing (two produced CDs); Coaching; Workshop and Development.