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Witness to Freedom – Thoughts on Teaching Voice

Lately I’ve been privileged to witness my students really discover what their voices are capable of.  I think one of the most rewarding aspects of teaching is watching students be surprised by new things in their voice, the looks on their faces when they realize that that sound came out of them.   It doesn’t …

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Life update & Blame Canada Concert

Hi everyone!  I know, I know – LONG time since I’ve posted anything!   It’s been quite the journey over this past year, with a lot of struggles, and a lot of light.  I’ll do my best to give you the Coles Notes version! Last summer, I was in a short run of Little Shop …

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Fame Follow Up

Hey everyone! Fame finished off beautifully, if far too quickly. Even though most reviewers had come at the beginning of the run, I was fortunate enough that two people were able to review my performance/do a follow up article: Natalie Katinakis: Critique : “Fame” au Théâtre St-Denis de Montréal And Daniel Ouimet: Entrevue avec Alisha …

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Alisha’s Turn

Someone tell me, when is it my turn? It was one of those calls you hear happens in show business.  The kind you hope for but also can’t really imagine might actually happen to you.  But then, miraculously, it does, and suddenly, you are living a dream you thought might remain only a dream. Last …