Workshops

American Accent Workshop – PERTH

November 10, 10am – 5pm

Find greater ease when acting in accent through practical, physical exploration, detailed sound analysis, and expert feedback from two of Australia’s most qualified dialect coaches.

Develop your accent acquisition skills before PILOT SEASON hits, with this one-day American Accent Intensive!

The workshop includes time on General American, General Southern and New York accents. Participants should come prepared with a memorized monologue.   

Cost: $180

More Information: thisisnotadrillvoicework@gmail.com

ADDRESS: Blue Room Theatre, 53 James Street PERTH

American Accent Workshop – MELBOURNE

December 6, 1.30pm – 5.30pm

Find greater ease when acting in accent through practical, physical exploration, detailed sound analysis, and expert feedback from two of Australia’s most qualified dialect coaches.

Develop your accent acquisition skills before PILOT SEASON hits, with this half-day American Accent Intensive!

The workshop includes time on scenes and monologues in General American. Participants should come prepared with a memorized monologue.  

Cost: $80

More Information: thisisnotadrillvoicework@gmail.com

 

ADDRESS: Carlton Baths Community Centre – The Green Room.                                                                                                              216/248 Rathdowne St, Carlton VIC 3053

 

What people had to about Linda’s workshops:

“Linda encourages you to go further than simply tuning an accent. She challenges you to unite your own voice with the particularities and peculiarities of each role. It is an organic and creative process based on authenticity that helps bring unique characters to life.”

– Damian Walshe-Howling (actor/director)

“I can’t recommend Linda enough. I’ve trained with her for over two years and still go to see her when I get given a new accent. She not only has a remarkable understanding of accents but an incredible way of making them accessible to each individual, no matter what their level of competence. She’s never general and will always unlock what it is that the actor is struggling with and employ techniques to help them overcome it.”

– Mansoor Noor (actor)

“The intensity of having to work fast was so valuable and has left me feeling very prepped and primed for pilot season.”

“I gained a better understanding of myself as a screen actor.”

“The structure of dialect, then working it on the floor, then test really worked!”

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