Andrea Haring

Executive Director – The Linklater Center for Voice and Language

AHaringVoice@aol.com

andrea-haringAndrea Haring is the Executive Director of The Linklater Center for Voice and Language in NYC.  Some recent Broadway plays she coached are: Fool for Love (with Sam Rockwell), Wolf Hall (RSC), Disgraced, The Motherf****er With the Hat (Stephen Adly Guirgas), A Behanding in Spokane (Sam Rockwell), Private Lives (Kim Cattrall), and Reasons to be Pretty.  Recent Off-Broadway includes: Sell/Buy/Date (Sarah Jones, MTC), Lips Together, Teeth Apart (America Ferrera, Second Stage), Belleville (NYTW), John Gabriel Borkman (Alan Rickman, BAM), The Creditors (directed by Alan Rickman, BAM), Reasons to be Happy  (MCC) and Lost Girls (Piper Perabo, MCC).  Andrea is currently on faculty at Fordham University (20 yrs Adj. Prof.), and has previously taught at Columbia University MFA Acting Program (14 yrs, full lecturer), Yale School of Drama (6 yrs, Adj. Prof.), and Circle in the Square Theater School (28 yrs).  A member and vocal coach of the Labyrinth Theater Company, she has coached some of their most memorable shows: Jesus Hopped the A Train, Our Lady of 121st Street, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (all written by Stephen Adly Guirgas and directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman), as well as Jack Goes Boating (John Ortiz, Philip Seymour Hoffman).  Andrea has given voice and text workshops for theater companies and acting programs in Germany, London, Ireland, Spain, Mexico, Italy and Iceland. Her corporate coaching includes the World Economic Forum Global Fellows, Columbia University Business School Senior Executive Program and the Senior Non-Profit Leaders Program.  Andrea has presented at the Women in Negotiation Conference and at The UN Young Leaders Conference.  She has taught voice, public speaking, and language skills workshops to Jesuit Priests, Rabbis, poets and writers, bankers, lawyers, and all sorts of professionals who would like to feel more authentic with their speaking presence.  Andrea is a Founding Member of Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, Massachusetts and a member of VASTA.


 

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