Monthly Archives: January 2019

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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Othello

Andy Hupprich performs Iago’s monologue from Othello, a play by William 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 radio … Continue reading

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Othello

Holly Miller performs Emilia’s monologue from Othello, 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 that … Continue reading

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Richard III

Chuck Holleman performs Richard’s soliloquy, “Now is the Winter of Our Discontent,” from Richard III, a play by William Shakespeare. Chuck Holleman lives deep in the woods of Carlisle, MA, amongst the wild turkey, fox, and occasional black bear that … Continue reading

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The Winter’s Tale

Claire Taylor performs Paulina’s monologue from The Winter’s Tale, a play by William Shakespeare. Claire Taylor studies under Wren Ross and has recorded commercials and narrations at Soundtrack Boston, Burclan Productions, Soundscape Boston, and Creative Audio & Music including a … Continue reading

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Henry VI, Part III

Valerie Smith performs Queen Margaret’s monologue from Henry VI, Part III, a play by William Shakespeare. Valerie Smith is new to voiceover and thoroughly enjoying the journey so far. Observing people has always fascinated her. Getting to know characters and … Continue reading

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The Comedy of Errors

Cindy Newell performs Luciana’s monologue from The Comedy of Errors, a play by William Shakespeare. Cindy Newell is a recently retired massage and neuromuscular therapist with a passion for voice over acting. She is an organic farmer and outdoor enthusiast … 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 William 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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