Voice for the Actor Nov. (Not a singing class)
with Ali Evarts
*This is not a singing class!*
Are you looking for ways to stay present and spontaneous with your scene partner? Want to loosen up as an actor? Trying to get out of your head? Want to try something new? Enter, the mVm Miller Voice Method®!
For actors 16 and up, this class will introduce you to mVm Miller Voice Method®, a breath and voice-centered acting technique that facilitates a more present, charismatic, responsive, flexible, and resilient physical instrument. Students will integrate and practice their skills with a range of acting materials (film sides, theatrical scenes, etc.). Appropriate for intermediate actors and seasoned professionals looking to expand the tools in their repertoire.
mVm was founded by Scott Miller (Faculty at NYU Tisch Graduate Acting) and is taught in MFA programs around the country, including at NYU Tisch, SMU, Brooklyn College, and UNC.
Ali Evarts is an actor, writer, and Certified mVm Teacher. In addition to her arts work, she has served as the the General Manager of mVm for the last 4 years.
Mason Cordell singer, actor, speech-language pathologist, and Certified mVm Teacher.
Ali Evarts is an actor, writer, producer, and teacher living in Raleigh, NC. Recent credit highlights include Yellow Face (Theatre Raleigh); Venus in Fur (Moonlight Stage Company); Steel Magnolias (NCT); Mary’s Wedding, Glass Menagerie, and Unnecessary Farce (RhinoLeap Productions); Thespian (Amazon & Amazon Prime). She is a Certified mVm Miller Voice Method® Teacher and the General Manager of mVm. She also writes and produces narrative non-fiction stories of environmental conservation from around the world for the World Wildlife Fund. Education: UNC-Chapel Hill. Learn more at www.alievarts.com.
Mason Cordell is currently works as a singer, actor, teacher and speech-language pathologist. A versatile performer, Mason has performed in operas, musicals, classic and new plays, studied long-form improvisation and sketch writing in Chicago, and has sung professionally for various churches. Based in North Carolina, he has also performed in New York, Chicago, and internationally. Desiring to turn a lifelong fascination with the voice into expertise, Mason returned to school and became a speech-language pathologist in which role he has worked with people of varying abilities from young children to older adults on all aspects of communication. Most recently, Mason became certified as a teacher of Miller Voice Method, and in his role as a voice teacher hopes to bring all his professional experiences together to help students to explore and realize their vocal potentials.
Nov 4 - 18th, 2023
Sat for 3 weeks from 3:00 - 5:00 pm
Moonlight Arts & Entertainment
4720 Hargrove Road #130
Raleigh, NC 27616 Get directions