Introduction to Miller Voice Method's Mask Work (Facial Release): Part 2


  • 15 December 2022
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Applications Open 24 November 2022 8:00 am
Applications Close 15 December 2022 10:00 am
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In part 2 of working with the Miller Voice Method (mVm) Nick will work with you to explore simple and actionable stretches, massages and exercises which release tension in the apparatus of our spoken voice. Some areas may be familiar but in mVm the work is highly specific and targeted. Why simply “release your jaw” when you can target at least four specific muscles which will do this? Why simply let your tongue hang forward when you have a whole sequence of exercises which support this desire? This workshop will give you at least 10 specific exercises which you can incorporate into your own work or routine which ae targeted at release and alignment. This workshop will explore the JAW, the TONGUE, and the NECK. Please note that it is recommended that you take participate in both Part 1 and Part 2 but it's not compulsory. This class will take place at 12-1pm AEDT (Syd/Melb) and 2-3pm NZ time.


  • Nick Curnow

    Nick is an actor, director, and voice & dialect specialist with 20 years’ experience in the industry. Nick has coached extensively in film, television, and for national and local theatre companies such as Sydney Theatre Company, Opera Australia, Company B Belvoir, Ensemble Theatre, State Theatre Company SA, QTC, Old Fitzroy/Red Line Productions, and the New Theatre. He has also worked extensively in voice over, and voice over training. He is an Associated Teacher of Miller Voice Method (mVm) having been mentored during a residency at UNC Chapel Hill’s Professional Actor Training Program (North Carolina, USA). While there he served as an assistant teacher to the MFA acting students and vocal coach for PlayMakers Repertory Company. He is currently completing formal Teacher Certification in mVm. He holds an MFA (Voice) from NIDA, a Graduate Diploma from University of New England, and a BA (Performance) with Distinction from Western Sydney University (formerly known as Theatre Nepean, UWS). He is currently the co-ordinator of both the Voice and Accent & Dialect programs for the Bachelor of Music Theatre at University of Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium. For full credits and to find out more, head to Nick has been a proud member of MEAA / Actors Equity since 2002.


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