Author Archives: Wren

If We Only Have Love

Matthew Greif performs If We Only Have Love, a poem by Jacques Brel. From Matthew: “As a former National Park ranger in Boston, I have had many opportunities to speak in public.  I have also had some prior experience in … Continue reading

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Dawn

Nancy Hilliard performs Dawn, a poem by William Carlos Williams. Nancy Hilliard, educator actor, has participated in community theater in the Boston and Worcester areas, striving to give dignity and voice to all her characters. In her work as a … Continue reading

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Alone

Susan Giusto performs Alone, a poem by Edgar Allan Poe. 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 scores for live theater. Recently … Continue reading

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To the Western World

Tim Corbett performs To the Western World, a poem by Louis Simpson. Tim Corbett has been involved in performing, acting and voice-over work for several years.  Since 2013, he has been portraying historical characters at Boston’s Old State House for visitors … 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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The Road Not Taken

Valerie Smith performs The Road Not Taken, a poem by Robert Frost. Valerie is new to voiceover and thoroughly enjoying the journey so far. “Observing people has always fascinated me. Getting to know characters and backstories helps me to do my … Continue reading

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The Power of the Spoken Word

Valerie Smith performs The Power of the Spoken Word, a speech delivered by Helen Keller to the National Institute of Arts and Letters at New York, New York. Valerie is new to voiceover and thoroughly enjoying the journey so far. “Observing … Continue reading

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A Stone Upon the Cairn

Susan Giusto performs A Stone Upon the Cairn, a poem she wrote. 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 scores for … Continue reading

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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 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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