NEW

Accent coach Hello Dolly. Pitlochry Festival Theatre Summer 2013

ONGOING

Weekly American Accent classes at The MGA Academy of Performing Arts

Edinburgh EH3 6AA.

Workshops with individuals,  young people and community drama groups.

RECENTLY  (2012)

Adjudicator Scottish Community Drama Association One Act Play Festival (Edinburgh)

Accent Coach White Christmas Pitlochry Festival Theatre.

Accent Coach Female Version of the Odd Couple Perth Theatre

Accent Coach Arsenic and Old Lace, Little Shop of Horrors Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Accent Coach The Producers  MGA

Workshops with Moving Light Theatre Company and Edinburgh Theatre Arts

WHAT PEOPLE SAID:-

It was really helpful having you along for your help with American accents.  You were clear and concise in your instructions  and in your handouts. Your tact and diplomacy  throughout were noteworthy.

Actor,  Edinburgh Theatre Arts 

“…spot on Brooklyn accents”

The Courier on Death of a Salesman at PERTH THEATRE in February 2011

“Very enjoyable, valuable course…unanimously well received and appreciated.”
“…it was a very high quality workshop and I felt I was being taught by the very, very best. I felt I was getting the same accent training as a professional actor. For me, I have a sound system to approach American accents. I felt that if I had to do a standard American, New York or Southern accent I have all the tools I need to be able to do it.” Eliza
PITLOCHRY WORKSHOP

“I thought Lynn was great. She really seemed to know what we needed and gave us some simple but effective no-no’s and yes-yes’s that we can try and follow to get an authentic sounding show that’s still easy for the audience to understand.”
“…I’ve got definite pointers on what to be aware of to help get it right in the future.”
BIG VILLAGE THEATRE COMPANY

“The great strength of this production was the consistency of the American accents through the whole cast for the entire play.”
The Adjudicator for the ABERDOUR PLAYERS

“Miller has a voice that resonates down the years,
a freshness and immediacy that seems timeless.
And in this production the voice is true and the
Brooklyn accents impeccable.”
Lothian Life

“…convincing Brooklyn accents and Miller’s vibrant
dialogue bring the characters’ cultural milieu to life.”
Informed Edinburgh
Reviews for A View from the Bridge at the ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE