For the actor who doesn’t identify as a musician, singing in an audition can be intimidating. Learn how to feel more comfortable singing from world-renowned vocal coach Liz Caplan as you discover and explore different vocal warm-ups and techniques to help you nail your vocal audition. Join us Tuesday, July 13 at 6:30PM ET on our YouTube channel.

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About Master Class Artist, Liz Caplan

LIZ CAPLAN has been teaching and coaching voice in New York City for over 40 years and has taught and lectured around the world. Her proprietary vocal techniques and holistic vocal coaching style have made her the first choice for industry professionals seeking a trusted source of vocal empowerment. Her students are employed in principle roles on Broadway, as recording artists, and Film/TV actors; many have won Tony, Grammy, Oscar, Golden Globe and Emmy awards. Liz also serves as vocal consultant/vocal supervisor for Broadway theater productions, major record labels, film/TV companies, directors, composers and arrangers, on current projects as well as those in development. Some of her most recent projects include: MJ, the Michael Jackson Musical (Vocal Consultant to Ephraim Sykes), Tina: The Tina Turner Musical (Vocal Consultant to Adrienne Warren), vocal consultant/supervisor for Moulin Rouge, Ain’t Too Proud, Dear Evan Hansen, Disney’s Aladdin and Frozen on Broadway, Book of Mormon and SpongeBob the Musical. Liz also had the pleasure of working on the upcoming film adaptation of Tick, Tick…Boom! starring Andrew Garfield, and on films such as The Greatest Showman starring Hugh Jackman, and Disney/Pixar’s Coco. On top of this, Liz has worked with recording artists such as Ben Platt, Halsey, Sara Bareilles, Kate Nash, Thomas Rhett, Chad King, James Blunt, Natasha Bedingfield, Eric Hutchinson, Lily Allen, The Goo Goo Dolls, The Darkness and Randy Newman. In addition to her vast knowledge of historic vocal pedagogy, Liz’s unprecedented access to the creators of pop culture allows her to prepare her students for the demands of contemporary vocal requirements, as well as future industry trends. For more information and a complete list of credits, check out lizcaplan.com.

About the American Theatre Wing’s Master Class Series

Our Master Class Series provides attendees with exclusive access to hear and learn from the titans of our theatre industry. Guests will range from top-tier Actors, Directors, Playwrights, Designers, and more! Attendees will have the opportunity to hear the many and vast ways to finding your way in the business with each featured artist sharing their unique journey and path to success as a creative. For more information on the American Theatre Wing’s Master Classes: https://americantheatrewing.org/program/masterclass/

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