VOICEOVER 101

 

There’s acting in person, on stage or in front of the camera – and then there’s voice acting.  Voice acting is the art of doing voice-over work on a wide range of features such as TV shows and feature films, animated shorts, commercials, radio plays, documentaries, video games and more.

In voice acting, the actor’s face never appears on screen, but he or she has the opportunity to create a character and make a connection with the audience using only vocals.  

An actor might be twenty, forty, or sixty years old, but using your voice you can create a character of any age, nationality or species.

You can use your voice to create characters who are svelte and frumpy, attractive or repulsive, hopeless or sexy, young or old, funny or dramatic. Voice acting is fun, and a great way for actors to improve their general acting skills on and off the screen. 

Looking for voice acting classes in Seattle? Whether you’re wanting to learn about acting in games, animated cartoons, or commercials, or just doing some voice acting for fun, our classes are a good place to start. Instructor: Rick May 

VOICEOVER 101 – SUNDAY CLASS – STARTS IN SEPTEMBER

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Class 161425-5-2: VOICEOVER 101 -
Sundays July 14, 22, 28 and August 4: 10am-12pm
Tuition: $150 + $10 registration fee
Seattle: University of Washington campus
Max. enrollment: 10. Enrolled so far: 5

"Voice acting is the art of doing voiceover work in TV shows and feature films, animated shorts, commercials, radio plays, video games and more..."


VOICEOVER 101 – WEDNESDAY CLASS – STARTS IN SEPTEMBER

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Class 32112-4-16 - Voiceover 101 -
August 7, 14, 21, and 28
Wednesdays 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Tuition: $150 + $10 registration fee
Seattle: University of Washington campus
Maximum:15. Enrolled so far: 1


About Nils Osmar

Nils Osmar was born in Alaska, and grew up in a wilderness area on the southern coast. He now lives in Seattle. He has made his living in the arts for over thirty years, working as a writer, visual artist, teacher, and filmmaker. He currently teaches through the University of Washington's ASUW Experimental College. He is the Director of an independent educational program, Classesandworkshops.com, which offers courses in visual, written and performing arts in Seattle, Washington.