Amy Sue Fall

Amy Sue Fall is a private coach in Los Angeles, specializing in voice, dialects and accent modification. She is a Certified Associated Fitzmaurice Teacher, Certified Colaianni Speech Practitioner, which focuses on the the Phonetic Pillow approach to speech training. Amy Sue also teaches the Linklater progression and was trained by Louis Colaianni, Master Designated Linklater teacher. Amy Sue has taught at the University of Kansas-Lawrence, University of Missouri-Kansas City, and Webster University, as well as dialect coached for University of Findlay, UMKC/Missourri Repertory Theatre, and CalState-Northridge. Amy Sue’s letter to the editor, “Response: Rhoticity in the Accents of American Film Actors: A Sociolinguistic Study” (by Nancy Elliott), was published in the Voice and Speech Review, Volume 2 (2001).

About Me: She founded and produces the Methods Workshops which focuses on bringing three master teachers of one aspect of theatre training together. She has studied with master voice teachers Louis Colaianni, Patsy Rodenburg at the National Theatre Studio in London, and Catherine Fitzmaurice. She has been the voice/dialect coach on numerous productions including Grapes of Wrath, directed by Risa Brainin, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Moonchildren, Oliver, and many others. She has directed Desdemona, A Play about a Handkerchief, The Congresswoman, and No Exit, and was Assistant Director for Valley Song at Northlight Theatre (a LORT theatre) in Chicago.

Education: MFA Roosevelt University; BA Bowling Green State University.

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