For Actors, Directors, Singers, Dancers, Choreographers
1st Intensive June 22 – 26, 2020, 2nd Intensive June 26 – 30, 2020 ONLINE
WORKING ACROSS BOUNDARIES IN THEATRE, MUSIC AND DANCE
1st Intensive may serve as:
- An introduction to integrative work
- Review and update for One Voice Practitioners
- A first step toward certification
Four 90-minute classes each day:
- Anatomy/physiology/acoustics; voice/movement research; practical application of technical information
- Voice/movement integration, extended voice techniques, and phrasing across genres, singing and speaking
- Differences in vocal requirements from music theatre to classical theatre, film and TV to outdoor venues
- Overview of dance techniques, individual work with faculty, and a performance class in Central Park
To apply, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2nd Intensive Includes:
- Review and updates for candidates applying for certification
- Opportunities to lead two 50-minute sessions, followed by assessments
- Filmed discussion of research topics currently of interest and in focus
To apply, please contact email@example.com - 2nd Intensive participants must have completed a 1st, or Five-Day Intensive prior to application.
JUNE 26th WILL BE A DAY OF WORKSHOPS AND DISCUSSION FOR BOTH INTENSIVES.
Dr. Joan Melton is a leading researcher in cross-disciplinary performance techniques and a pioneer in the integration of singing and voice/movement training for the actor. The author of three groundbreaking textbooks, she has taught at major centers of drama and music in the US, UK, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Australia and New Zealand. Joan is an Emeritus Professor of Theatre, CA State University Fullerton, Director of One Voice Centre for Integrative Studies, a Master Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework®, and an Associate Artist with NY Classical Theatre. www.joanmelton.com
Zac Bradford heads New York Vocal Coaching AUSTRALIA, the first international branch of NYVC. He is an Australian singer and teacher with advanced degrees from New York University and Queensland Conservatorium, Brisbane. He works professionally both in music theatre and as a gig singer performing a wide variety of styles. Zac is passionate about seeking a holistic, approach to voice training, where detailed scientific information is mindfully linked with practical application. http://australia.newyorkvocalcoaching.com/
Mimi Quillin danced in several regional companies before working with Bob Fosse on the revival of Sweet Charity. Broadway credits include the original Ragtime, Ain’t Broadway Grand and Sweet Charity. A.R. Gurney’s Snowball took her to Hartford Stage and The Old Globe Theatre in the UK, BBC Radio’s Custom of the Country by Edith Wharton, and Zero Hour by Ray Bradbury. Mimi’s one-woman play, Call Fosse at the Minskoff, was awarded Best Production in Theatre Row’s United Solo 2016 Festival. July 2017 marked the world premiere of her three-person play, DÉGAGÉ (disengage) at the Hangar Theatre in Ithaca, NY. www.mimiquillin.com
James Harrison is an Australian theatre-maker, musician, and performance coach based in Tasmania. He is passionate about creating new works that explore the Australian experience, and investigating the methods by which performers train. His ongoing work suggests that many of the exigencies of performance could be addressed by implementing key elements of Kendo, a Japanese martial art, and he has devised a series of exercises that explore those concepts. Pivotal to the work Is the idea that increasing demands on muscles used for vocalization in training, prepares the performer for easier vocalization in performance.
Jennie Morton, co-founder and Consultant, One Voice Centre, is an Osteopath specializing in the treatment of performing artists, and a performance coach for dancers, instrumentalists, and professional voice users. She is on the Long-Range Planning Committee for the Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA), Wellness Professor at the Colburn School, Los Angeles, and treats performers from her office in Topanga. Jennie has published numerous articles on performing arts healthcare and is author of The Authentic Performer: Wearing A Mask and the Effect on Health (Compton 2015). www.jenniemorton.com