After 400-plus years, the approximate, half-understanding fog through which we hear much of the Bard’s language won’t do anymore.
Voice therapists, trainers and performers give expert advice on how to protect and maintain your singing voice.
A renowned voice teacher advocates feeling, not intellect, to activate the creative visionary within.
Free the voice and release the body, Patsy Rodenburg says, so you can express yourself fully with truth and authenticity.
How philosophy ended its ancient quarrel with theatre.
For actors, voice training and new discoveries in neuroscience can help bridge the disconnect between mind and body.
In an interview, voice-work innovator Catherine Fitzmaurice prescribes a holistic regimen of freedom, release, and transcendence.
In an interview, Cicely Berry reveals how working on the sound and rhythm in Shakespeare can lead actors to the language within themselves.
Senior editor Randy Gener voices his thoughts on the contents of the Jan. 2010 issue’s Approaches to Theatre Training special section.
Post-racial? Not on the Great White Way.