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Deadline: Wednesday Jan. 22, 2020

Actor/Designated Linklater Voice Teacher Sarah Weatherwax offers a 2Day Voice & Text Intensive.

Free your voice! Free your Acting!

Feb. 8 & 9, 2020

Participants learn a wide range of exercises that encourage deep, inner relaxation even while the body is active and how that leads to vocal freedom. For actors, a free voice means listening more fully, responding more instinctively, being effected more deeply and transforming more easily and believably.

Learn exercises designed to relax and energize for work as well as quick ways to prep for auditions and performances. Exercises will include: spinal alignment, breath awareness, humming & freeing exercises, jaw, tongue, soft palate work, breathing power, resonators, range, articulation...

After starting the day with a very complete warm up, students will receive in-depth, individual text coaching time. Group text exercises will also be explored. Coaching will come from a voice & body point of view. This work enables students to experience the direct application of Linklater voice work to acting.

Intended for career performers & career-minded actors/singers in training. No previous voice training required.

Register by Wednesday Jan. 22, 2020


  • 4767 rue Dagenais, suite 201A, Montreal, Quebec
  • Sat. Feb. 8, 9:30AM to 5:30PM & Sun. Feb. 9, 9:30AM to 4:30PM
  • $312.50 or $250 (& HST ) for CAEA / ACTRA / Straeon / Returning Intensive Students


  • Email Note on subject line, '2020 Montreal Intensive.' Include a brief letter of interest, mention discounts, attach resume.
  • Deposit required. Email questions, no messages by website or facebook.

Sarah has taught voice for the actor in numerous studios and schools, including Shakespeare & Company in Mass., Straeon Acting Studios in Toronto, Montreal & Boston and Brock University. She has extensive experience as a theatre actor & voice actor. She does private voice & audition coaching & on-set vocal coaching in Toronto, where she lives with her family. She was the grateful recipient of a generous grant from the Canada Council for the Arts to complete her training with the internationally renowned Kristin Linklater in 2003. In May 2019, Sarah attended a Professional Development course at the Kristin Linklater Voice Centre in Scotland with a group of 13 established voice teachers from 4 countries. In September, she recorded her first audio-book.

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