Voice & Text

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Learn how to explore text and discover your voices’ full expressive potential from wherever you are!

Session 1 (25 July): Unlocking the expressive potential of the voice

Participants will be introduced to a variety of practical text-based exercises to unlock the expressive range of the spoken voice, and guided through techniques for keeping the voice alive, vital, and connected —  on-line, on-screen and on stage.

Session 2 (1 Aug): Unlocking the text

Building on the previous session's work, the focus will turn to how to engage with text. Participants will be introduced to techniques for unearthing dramatic possibilities in text, heightening their connection to the word and for allowing the voice to claim its full expressive range. Texts will be provided in advance so that participants can learn their lines before the workshop.

Each session will have dedicated time for participants’ questions, comments and feedback.


About the instructor

Simon Stollery is a Voice teacher at ITI. He has more than 20 years of experience in actor training, specialising in Voice, Speech and Singing work. He has also worked as a Voice & Dialect Coach in professional theatre and film, and is a certified Estill Master Trainer.


Hear what past participants have to say!

"Thoroughly enjoyed the workshop. Simon is an excellent teacher in explaining concepts."

"Even though I am familiar with Estill work, it is lovely to be able to see how the work can be applied to acting and not just singing or therapy."


Successful applicants may apply for the National Arts Council’s Capability Development Scheme for the Arts (CDSA).  Please refer to www.nac.gov.sg/CDSA for more information.

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Technical Requirements

Once your registration has been confirmed, we will email Zoom invitations for you to attend. The invitation will contain a unique Meeting ID that can be used to join the workshop.

Please make sure to configure your settings for video and audio and select the correct devices for the Zoom workshop. 




25 Jul - 1 Aug 2020


11:00AM – 1:30PM (SGT, UTC +8)


Zoom (Online video conference)


2 group video-conference sessions on 25 July and 1 Aug 2020 (Saturdays), 2.5 hours each




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