Teacher, Coach and Facilitator
Acting the Song
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ABOUT THE CLASS
The class is designed for actors, dancers and singers, at all levels of experience and training, who are interested in learning how to express, through song, the action and the meaning of the lyric. You will work in a group, at your own level, in a fully safe and supportive environment. Robin will help you to choose material, to interpret songs, and most importantly to reach your highest potential, as a singer and an actor. Each person will have the opportunity to receive personal one on one instruction every week. Watch the video trailer.
“The only requirement for this class is the desire to sing. Whether you have a lot of vocal training, or none at all, whether you're an actor, a dancer, a singer, a teacher—whatever your level of experience—there's a seat for you.”
$300/month, 4 classes
$75/class drop-in fee
$20/class audit fee
Meets at studio in Midtown Manhattan
J. Michael Miller
Founder, The Actors Center
Co-Founder, NYU Tisch School of the Arts
"Other than our eyes, our voice is our most intimate means of communication. When we speak and particularly when we sing, our voice, not the words or the notes, expresses the nature and complexity of our feelings. Robin Morse understands this as well as anyone I know, and she has an unerring intuitive approach to helping actor/singers connect to their true voices. She's a treasure to those of us who know her work."
Tzeitel in Off- Broadway's Fiddler on the Roof ( in Yiddish ), dir. by Joel Grey, Christine in Broadway's The Phantom of the Opera
West Side Story (Maria), International/West End
"Robin always establishes a safe atmosphere to work in, whether it be within a group class or private coaching. Robin is honest, helpful, encouraging, and patient. She knows how to tailor to each individual, a true skill and beautiful quality that not every coach inhabits. She has completely changed the way I approach a song, monologue, or role. I am grateful to be constantly learning from Robin. I am now able to embrace my fears, move forward, and enjoy the process!"