This two-day workshop is designed to explore sound and movement to truly be in the moment and expand your vocal range as actors. We will begin each day with a full Linklater based warm-up to release tension, increase your energy and expand your voice. The warm-up will be followed by an interactive investigation of text through a series of sound and movement exercises. Free your body, mind and voice so you can connect with your instincts and be present in the world. Please have 10-12 lines of memorized text ready so we can play.
This class will offered online through Zoom. You will receive an invitation link via the email you provide to the online session. Specific directions will be supplied.
When: Saturday March 13 & Sunday March 14. 11:00am – 1:00pm
Where: Virtually on Zoom
Instructor: Lindsay Carretero
Lindsay Carretero, a Florida native, has a vibrant passion for life and the performing arts. Locally, Mrs. Carretero attended BAK Middle School of the Arts and graduated from Palm Beach County’s Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. High School of the Arts for Theatre. She furthered her love for theatre in college and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Florida State University. While developing her acting career, Lindsay took a special interest in her own speaking voice and the voices of others. Enthusiastically pursuing her education towards voice work, Lindsay obtained a Master of Fine Arts in Voice Studies from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London, England. With focused training in Linklater Voice, the Alexander Technique, Fitzmaurice Voicework, and Estill, she is experienced in coaching public speaking, breath and support, projection, text, articulation and diction, alignment and anatomy, phonetics, accents and dialects. Lindsay is honored to have worked as a voice teacher and show coach both in the U.S. and in London with some of her favorite shows including: Romeo & Juliet, Twelfth Night, and Mary Poppins.