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voice and speech training crucial
In my capacity as a voice and speech coach, I am often approached by actors who need
assistance mastering a specific accent. Far too many actors make the mistake of thinking that
their voice acting and accents are separate from their physical acting. Actors seem to think that
each component of their acting talent can be trained separately one at a time. It's important to
remember that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts; an actor is not a divisible individual,
but should be a creative portal through which each character and role can come alive. There is so
much more to a character's accent than just pronunciation; an accent should also tell the
audience more about the character's personality, upbringing, opinions, and culture. Molding an
accent to convey all of these aspects of the character is certainly not easy, but is definitely crucial
to accurately portraying a character and all of the components that make that individual who they
are.
For comprehensive and lasting results in acting class, you'll have to focus on more than just
proper pronunciation of the lines. Proper pronunciation is important, but focusing solely on that
aspect of the line will only help the audience to hear the words, but will not give each line the
deeper meaning it should possess. You don't want your lines and words to seem too rehearsed;
spontaneity is key to a great performance. When delivered correctly, an actor has the ability to
change the audience with his or her words. Your words are your way to give the audience insight
into the soul and spirit of the character you're portraying. When an actor puts too much effort on
the pronunciation and the accuracy of the voice and accent, the audience will be focused solely
on the accent, and not on the story and the journey of the character.
Any voice and speech teacher you choose should put an emphasis on building the connection
between speech and accent as well as creativity and character creation. Speaking words is one
thing, but being able to create a voice that is unique and special is quite another; placing your
focus on voice creation will help you to become an actor that is able to breathe life into unique
characters that the audience will love. When creating a character that will be beloved and
remembered by audiences, it's important to make the personality of the role truly shine forth; in
order for this to happen, you must give the character it's own unique fingerprint by combining both
your physical and voice acting talent. If you would like to be known as an actor who is able to
bring any character to life and to do so in a way that makes both you and your role a memorable
one, there's no denying the importance of detailed, comprehensive speech and voice training.


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