Free The Power of Your Voice

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn or deepen your experience of the Linklater Voice Method
Taught by two of the leading Designated Linklater Teachers
Christine Adaire and Kimberly White

When: Thursday, February 16, 6:30-9pm; Friday, February 17, 6:30-10pm;
Saturday, February 18 10 – 6pm
Where: French American International School, 150 Oak St. San Francisco
Cost: $275 ($225/students & Early Registration before Feb 6)
$100 deposit upon registration to reserve your space.
To Register: Click here to Register
To Pay with PayPal: PayPal.Me/ChristineAdaire
Have Questions?  Contact Christine Adaire

This workshop is for actors, public speakers, lawyers, story-tellers, poets, business professionals, teachers, or anyone who wants to speak with more Expression, Clarity, Range and Power.

Through physical and vocal exercises, you will learn and practice ways to:

  • Identify and release inhibiting habits of tension in the body.
  • Increase awareness and freedom in the breath.
  • Experience voice in the body.
  • Expand and develop resonance and range.
  • Speak with personal connection and authority using a text of your choice.

About the Teachers

Christine Adaire

Christine Adaire (she, her, hers)
Christine Adaire is the former Head of Voice at American Conservatory Theater. She is an actor, voice/dialect coach, actor & director. Credits include: the Guthrie, Chicago Shakespeare, Steppenwolf, Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Shakespeare & Co. Her current area of interest is gender-affirming voice. She works with transgender/gender diverse individuals, helping them to inhabit the voice that expresses their gender identity.

Kimberly White

Kimberly White (she, her, hers)
In her over 25 years of leading vocal workshops, Kimberly White’s credits include actor and voice/text coach at Seattle Shakespeare Company & Maryland, Prague, & Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festivals. She is faculty at Shakespeare & Co. Internationally she has worked in S Korea the Czech Republic, Mexico & Scotland. Kimberly works extensively with trial lawyers, advocates and women. She is adjunct faculty at Seattle University.