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Vocal Archetypes and the Expressive Voice:
An Introduction to the Roy Hart Technique

Looking for ways to discover new aspects of your voice on stage? In this physical and dynamic workshop, participants will explore vocal expressiveness accessed through voice and body work, utilizing the methods of the world famous Roy Hart Theatre. Participants will investigate different resonances in the voice through a non-traditional “singing lesson” meant to expand, strengthen and deepen the actor’s voice, beginning an exploration into different vocal archetypes. This work searches for the strong links between the voice, body and imagination. By employing the many resonators in the human body, a fuller and richer range of sound and emotion can be tapped.

Prerequisites: For practicing performers with vocal experience. Please bring 12-24 lines of memorized text from any Greek play and wear clothes that allow you to move.

Teaching Artist: Lucinda Holshue has worked with teachers from the Roy Hart Theatre for the last 27 years. She teaches voice & text for the University of Minnesota/Guthrie BFA Actor Training Program and she is a resident vocal coach at the Guthrie Theater.

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