Stacey Cole is a speech pathologist, vocal coach, performer, and visual artist. She teaches voice and leads singing circles in Salt Lake City and draws from a rich background in acting and yoga. Stacey has taught voice workshops at University of Utah, Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts, Arizona State University, Salt Lake Community Education, and International Freedom and Focus Conference, Vancouver, BC. She has also taught Video Production at Westminster College, Accent Modification and Performance Art at University of Utah, Acting for individuals with Cerebral Palsy at Arts Access, Girls with Cameras (Video Production) for Salt Lake City School District, and Transgender Voice at Utah Pride Center. She has performed in several Bay Area theatres, has presented films and performance pieces at the Salt Lake Art Center, and is a member of the Natural Voice Practitioners' Network. Stacey has studied voice with Arthur Lessac, Patsy Rodenburg, Kristin Linklater, Linda Wise (Roy Hart), and Frankie Armstrong .
MS-CCC-SLP University of Utah; MFA University of Utah; BFA Utah State University.
Languages: English Specializations: Clinician
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