Cynthia Blaise is a voice, speech, and dialect coach for theatre and film as well as an actor and director. She taught speech and dialects at Temple University for four years and was the voice, speech, dialect, and text coach for the Hilberry and Bonstelle Theatres and the MFA program at Wayne State University for six years, and most recently the voice and speech instructor at the University of Illinois in Chicago. Her film credits include Spitfire Grill, Polish Wedding, Tecumseh, The Affair of the Necklace, and the independent features Get the Hell Out of Hamtown, and Nobody Knows. Cynthia coached voice at Second City in Detroit and dialects for MeadowBrook Theatre. She has taught workshops for ACTF at the University of New Hampshire, Southern Birmingham College, and Western Kentucky University.
MFA University of California-Irvine; BA University of Oregon.
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