The Conservatory Welcomes Brianne Taylor, Assistant Professor of Voice

brianne-taylor-300w.jpgBrianne Taylor is a voice and dialect coach, director, and a performer. She utilizes the work in development of breath awareness, vocal structuring, authenticity in the speaking voice that is aligned with the individual’s artistic voice, and creative approaches to performance and writing. Her study of the expressive voice has led the development of her one woman show, Keeper of the Plains: an exploration of the femme voices of the masculine, agricultural dominated American Great Plains. This show has been performed in LA and as part of the Southeastern Theatre Conference’s 75th Fringe Festival. 
Select voice/dialect credits include Ciao Bambino (NYC); Comedy of Tenors, the National Players 70th Tour at Olney Theatre Center; King Lear (film, WVU and West Virginia Public Broadcasting, regional Emmy nomination); Curious Incident, Sherlock Holmes: the Final Adventure, A Christmas Carol (WV Public Theatre); Anatomy of a Suicide, Bright Star, Right to Be Forgotten, Indecent, The Skriker, Airness, Hedda Gabbler, Mud, Cloud 9 (WVU). Director: Book of Will (WVU). She has performed professionally (We Are Pussy Riot, Everything You Touch) at The Contemporary American Theater Festival, with West Virginia Public Theatre, and with various companies in Washington, DC.
Brianne received her BFA from Emporia State University, her MFA from West Virginia University, is an Assistant Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework®, a Certified Teacher of Knight-Thompson Speechwork, and is a proud member of the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA).
Published: Apr 4, 2024