The Theatre of Others Podcast

TOO Episode 64: Conversation with Voice Specialist Micha Espinosa

July 05, 2021 Adam Marple and Budi Miller with guest Micha Espinosa Season 2 Episode 64
The Theatre of Others Podcast
TOO Episode 64: Conversation with Voice Specialist Micha Espinosa
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In this episode, Adam and Budi have a great conversation with Voice Specialist Micha Espinosa

Micha Espinosa is an Arizona-based interdisciplinary performing artist, activist, teacher, voice, speech, and dialect coach who has performed and taught globally. Professor (BFA, Stephens College; MFA Acting, U.C. San Diego) at Arizona State University;  Lead teacher and trainer of Fitzmaurice Voicework (F.V.) and Director of Global Outreach for F.V. Institute; award-winning editor for the books Monologues for Latino Actors and Scenebook for Latinx Actors;  core member of the performance art collective, La Pocha Nostra. Her scholarship, artivism, and creative research all seek to challenge systems of inequity and eurocentrism. She is passionate about global and feminist perspectives and the voz cultural.

Mentioned in this episode:

Christopher Creek Winery
Arizona State University School of Music and Theatre
Conferencia Unides en Respiracion
Cynthia Santos Decure
Fitzmaurice Voice Institute
Valeria Avina
Shakespeare and Latinidad
La Commedia of Errors
Gloria Anzaldua
Queer Phenomenology
Disidentifications
Voice Dream

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Alcohol
Micha Espinosa
Break 1
Shame Resilience
Break 2
Fitzmaurice Voice Work
Break 3
Questions and Provocations