Y vonne has been established as a versatile voice teacher and vocal coach for over thirty years at home and abroad (Canada, America, Europe and the Middle East). She works with actors, singers and dancers and has been involved in actor training for a number of drama schools including Elmhurst Ballet School, Drama Studio London and being Head of the Voice Department for the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art where she oversaw a large department delivering training to actors on all courses, providing rehearsal support to over 25 graduate productions working with writers including Mark Ravenhill and David Edgar and a range of directors including Kathryn Hunter, Mike Alfreds and Peter James.

I n July 2007 Yvonne decided to return to freelance work. Since becoming an Associate with the Royal National Theatre’s Voice department she has undertaken company voice work for One Man, Two Guvnors (Dir: Nichoal Hytner) and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time (Dir Marianne Elliot)

B eyond theatre Yvonne works with journalists, TV and Radio presenters, sports personalities, lawyers, medical specialists, lecturers, teachers and politicians. Highly confidential work takes her into the Houses of Parliament and two of the Royal Palaces.

T heatre includes: The King and I (Palladium), Katrina (Young Vic /Jericho Productions), Salaam Bethlehem (Riding Lights, York), Foul Tide, Agamemnon, Accrington Pals (Courtyard Theatre), Our Town, Kingston, The Vortex, Ghosts (Rose Theatre, Kingston), The Priory (Royal Court, Sloane Square), The Crucible, Two Planks and a Passion, See How They Run, Betrayal (Theatre Royal, York), The Hairy Ape (Southwark Playhouse), One Man, Two Guvnors (National Theatre West End transfer), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time (National TheatreWest End transfer)

 

R ecorded media includes: various children’s television and drama, Road to Riches (BBC) , Panorama (BBC), Newsnight (BBC), Brookside (Mersey), Eastenders (BBC) and a range of work for presenters and journalists (BBC, Radio 4, Channel 4).

F ilm includes: Vain Glory (BBC / A.D. Cox Productions), The Forsaken Promise (Hatikvah Film), Exile to Restoration (Hatikvah Film), England and the Road to Modernity (Sceptred Isle)
Other: work as a voice artist for a range clients (narration and commercial).

Y vonne has been assistant director on numerous Musical Theatre productions and directed a range of graduate productions over the years. She worked to co-write and direct “Father’s House” with Canadian composer, Brian Doerksen.

P ublications: Yvonne co-wrote “More Care For Your Voice” (publ: VCN) for the Voice Care Network UK which has sold over 11,000 copies to date. She is currently working on two books: “Building Character Voices – a performers guide” and “In the Beginning …” which explores the power of words.
She is on the board of directors for Riding Lights Theatre Company and has just been re-elected as a trustee for the Voice Care Network UK.

 

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