Vocal Canvas Podcast Reveals Cast and Crew – Bridging Voice Over with NJ Community Theatre
EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – The East Brunswick Public Library, in an exciting partnership with NextGen Acting and Playhouse 22, is eager to reveal the forthcoming podcast series, Vocal Canvas.
At the intersection of community theatre and voice over, Vocal Canvas is a captivating five-part podcast journey that delves into the Five Characteristics of Voice: Volume, Pitch, Pace, Diction, and Resonance. Each installment will focus on individual voice aspects through the creative works of our local community.
The series is orchestrated by the homegrown talent, Dennis Connors. With dozens of community theatre and professional credits in NJ, and as the founder of NextGen Acting, Connors is renowned for pioneering voice over lessons and on-camera acting techniques in East Brunswick, NJ. NextGen Acting’s dedication to cultivating talent and stimulating creativity is well-known, offering an array of Voice Over Classes for all ages and skill levels.
Adding to the magic behind the series are community writers Jon Heron, Fred Dennehy, and Emily Conklin. Joining them in production are Melissa Hozik from The East Brunswick Public Library and Adam Neary from Playhouse 22, vital players in turning the series from a vision to reality.
Vocal Canvas showcases a medley of local talents in its cast, mirroring the vibrant voice over community that resembles community theatre communities. Among the talents are Tara Frye, Lindsay Minuski, Joanna de la Cruz, Dorothy Gallop, Jania Bibighaus, Mike Bode, Trenice Brockington, Serena Marie Smith, Sydney McGahee, Alex Luckenbaugh, Ashley Teel, Michael Costa, Hugo Zazzarini, Brandon Allentoff, Esperanza Pacheco, Meghan Stefek, Joe Wissner, Sally O’Sullivan, Thomas Rooney, Kristen Port, JD Dominique, Monica Shah, Marisa Knipfer, Emily Rosetti, Jaclyn Angstreich, Aaron Ratzan, Laura Dalston, Asia Johnson, and Chris Guell.
“We are beyond excited to present such a gifted cast and creative team for Vocal Canvas,” Connors expressed. “The anticipation is high, and we’re eager to share this unique exploration of voice to our audience.”
Production for Vocal Canvas is underway, with public release planned for late summer. Stay tuned by following updates on the websites of East Brunswick Public Library, Playhouse 22, and NextGen Acting.
About East Brunswick Public Library East Brunswick Public Library is committed to making the world of information and ideas accessible to all members of our community. We strive to provide resources for personal enrichment, opportunities for lifelong learning, and programs that bring our community together.
About NextGen Acting NextGen Acting is an acting school for kids, teens, and adults that nurtures talent and fosters creativity. With a variety of programs that range from one day to several months, NextGen Acting empowers actors to not only explore their potential but also make their own unique mark in the world of performing arts. Whether you’re an adult pursuing a career in acting or a young student honing your skills, NextGen Acting is dedicated to your growth and success.
About Playhouse 22 Playhouse 22 is East Brunswick’s Community Theater troupe. With more than 60 years of providing theater to residents of Central Jersey, Playhouse 22 has staged hundreds of live performances ranging from “Camelot”, “1776”, and “The Drowsy Chaperone” to plays like “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time” and “Neil Simon’s Rumors”. Located at the Elliott Taubenslag Theater at the East Brunswick Community Arts Center.
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