Saul Kotzubei offers private coaching and group workshops in voice, public speaking, and presence work in Los Angeles. He is a lead trainer for the two-year Fitzmaurice Voicework Teacher Certification Program and Director Emeritus of the Fitzmaurice Institute.
A performer with a master's degree in Buddhist Studies, extensive acting training, and a year studying clown with Philippe Gaulier, Saul has taught Fitzmaurice Voicework at the Actors Center in New York, for NYU's BFA program at CAP 21, and in workshops across the United States, as well as in Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Cuba, England, France, Ireland, Slovenia, and Spain.
In addition to his voice and public speaking coaching, Saul has done a wide range of communication-related teaching and consulting: he has, for example, taught theatre games to Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas, consulted for the municipal government of Prague in their transition to democracy, done conflict resolution at a U.S. Zen center, and taught creativity workshops in Russia. He performed at El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood in the critically acclaimed West Coast premiere of Lanford Wilson's Sympathetic Magic. His articles on the voice are published online for the acting community in Los Angeles.
MA Columbia University; BA Wesleyan University.
Languages: English Specializations: Presence, Public Speaking, Acting, Private Coaching
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