Voice and Body

“I have been crucially helped by voice teachers.”
-Sir Ian McKellen

“A vocal and physical acting technique class can be a game changer for you. Acting for the camera is deceptive.  Many actors don’t realize the vocal and physical demands of the craft of acting.” – Susan G. Reid


Foundation: Actor’s Voice and Body

The body is the actor’s instrument of expression. Whether performing for the camera or a live audience, training the voice and body is essential for the serious actor. Students develop a foundation of presence, range, power, connection, and confidence.

The course encompasses a range of dynamic and practical skills for voice and physical training such as Fitzmaurice Voicework®, Linklater Voice Training, Laban, Dynamic Movement, Suzuki Method, and more. This is the ONLY one of its kind available to Atlanta actors.

This 10-week course consists of 8 group classes and 2 private tutorials.*

Daytime classes:
Mondays 11-2 pm

Nighttime classes:
Mondays 7-10 pm

$299 for current Meisner Intensive students

*Tutorials need to be scheduled and will take place at approximately week 4 and week 9. 

A $50 deposit will complete your registration.

Payment plans can be arranged once registered. Contact Frances to discuss
To enroll: email Frances directly at contact@vibrancecentre.com

Alexander Technique

Actors are trained to respond truthfully in moments of imaginary circumstances. Yet inevitably actors will experience moments of tension, rigidity and stress that interfere with their ability to respond in a believable way. 

In this 4-week series, actors will learn to develop their kinesthetic awareness, discover unconscious habits of physical misuse, and foster better alignment and breathing. A few skills you will leave class with:

  • Improved self-awareness
  • Tools to reduce stress + anxiety
  • Ability to stay present, connected + grounded
  • Increased confidence + ease

The Alexander Technique is a mind/body method that teaches actors how to release unnecessary stress and tension in themselves, thereby allowing for the availability of their most natural and authentic responses in performances and in daily living. Through group work, observations, explorations and self-work you will become more familiar with your body, breath, and voice so that you can better adapt and embody your characters’ unique expressions. 

Begins: October 24 – November 14
Four weeks – Wednesdays 7-10 pm
Cost: $150
Instructors: Morgan Rydson 
To express interest in the class, please email Morgan at morgan@atcenterstudio.com.

Coming Soon…


There is a reason voice and body work is a part of world renowned acting programs at schools like the UK’s Royal Academy, NYC’s Julliard, L.A.’s  Playhouse West, Adler Academy and Strasberg Institute:

Training of the voice and body is essential in shaping a dynamic, vulnerable and working actor. 

Actors need a voice and body that is emotionally connected as the entire body is the instrument of expression for the actor.

The Actors Voice and Body class will:

-Further improve your access to a wider range of emotional truth.
-Help you speak for a full day on set without losing your voice.
-Improve your confidence and presence.
-Increase your vocal and physical freedom to play a wider range of roles.
-Train the quality, clarity, power, and expressiveness of your voice.

The class encompasses a range of dynamic and practical skills for voice and physical training such as Fitzmaurice Voicework®, Linklater Voice Training, Laban, The Viewpoints, Suzuki Method, Butoh, and more and is the ONLY one of its kind available to Atlanta actors.

Seven weeks
(No class the week of Halloween)



Cost: $250
($200  if you are currently enrolled in the Meisner Intensive.)
To enroll: email Frances directly at contact@vibrancecentre.com

Instructor: Frances Mulinix holds an Associate Performer Diploma (ATCL) with Trinity College, London, UK, and is a certified Speech Arts Teacher with Royal Conservatory of Music. She is a member of the Voice and Speech Trainer’s Association (VASTA).  On the physical training side she completed a rigorous internship with one of Australia’s top physical theatre companies – Zen Zen Zo and holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, with a focus on directing, and physical theatre.