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The Art of Acting Shakespeare

“Be not too tame neither, but let your own discretion be your tutor: suit the action to the word, the word to the action; with this special o’erstep not the modesty of nature: for any thing so overdone is from … Continue reading

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King Lear

John Haag performs Lear’s monologue “Ay, every inch a king!” from King Lear, a play by William Shakespeare. John Haag started acting in New York in off-off Broadway and regional theaters. Shakespeare roles include: Macduff (Macbeth, Long Island Arena Theater), … Continue reading

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Macbeth

Roberta Januzzi preforms Lady Macbeth’s monologue from Macbeth, a play by William Shakespeare. Roberta Januzzi has been doing voiceover work for the past 3-4 years, primarily for corporate e-learning and training materials, but the work she enjoys most has been … Continue reading

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Julius Caesar

Holly Miller performs Portia’s monologue from Julius Caesar, a play by William Shakespeare. Holly Miller has been a voice actress for four years.  She is active in Community Theater and has a weekly radio program width Audio Journal, a service … Continue reading

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King Lear

Andy Hupprich performs Kent’s monologue from King Lear, a play by Williams Shakespeare. Andy Hupprich is a Boston area voice talent who, after a 26 year career in the newspaper business, and time spent as an EJ on an internet … Continue reading

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Henry VI, Part III

Cindy Newell performs Queen Margaret’s monologue from Henry VI, Part III, a play by William Shakespeare. Cindy Newell is a recently retired massage and neuromuscular therapist. She has a passion for words and language that started when she was quite … Continue reading

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Valerie Smith perform Helena’s monologue from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a play by William Shakespeare. Valerie Smith is new to voiceover and thoroughly enjoying the journey so far. “Observing people has always fascinated me. Getting to know characters and backstories … Continue reading

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Macbeth

Susan Giusto performs Act 2, Scene 1 from Macbeth, a play by William Shakespeare. Susan Giusto started experimenting with voice acting at an early age performing and writing poems and radio plays. She has also produced sound effects and music … Continue reading

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The Art of Speaking Poetry

“Poetry is just the evidence of life. If your life is burning well, poetry is just the ash.” – Leonard Cohen I recently brought my friend, voice-over legend Don Wescott, to speak to a group of students who’ve made voice … Continue reading

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To an English Friend in Africa

Students from Wren’s December 2017 Art of Speaking Poetry class — Jenn Rajala, Christine Rinaldi, Holly Miller, Kathy Zerlin, and Matthew Greif — perform To an English Friend in Africa, a poem by Ben Okri. From Wren: “This poem, by Ben … Continue reading

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At the Funeral of my Grandfather

Holly Miller performs At the Funeral of my Grandfather, a poem by Andrew Miller. Holly Miller has been a voice actress for four years.  She is active in Community Theater and has a weekly radio program width Audio Journal, a … Continue reading

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The Journey

Kathy Zerlin performs The Journey, a poem by Mary Oliver. Kathy Zerlin is a Boston area vocalist and an aspiring voiceover artist. Her New Year’s resolution is to delve deeper into her artistic pursuits, relinquishing the excuse that “life got … Continue reading

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A Sight in Camp in the Daybreak Gray and Dim

Jenn Rajala performs A Sight in Camp in the Daybreak Gray and Dim, a poem by Walt Whitman. Jenn Rajala has studied voice-over with Wren Ross for 8 years, and has applied that skill-set as a reader for the blind … Continue reading

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