Directing and Self Directing for Voice Actors

Taking Direction & Directing Yourself; Vital Skills For Performers!
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Hosted by

John Wang

Course Overview

Transform yourself with Directing and Self Directing for Voice Actors

Full course description & final dates TBA
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Course Outcomes

  • Well-spoken:
    There is a strong emphasis on speech in this class, with focus on breathing, pause, pronunciation, annunciation, and being comfortable in your own voice.
  • Stamina:
    We will teach you proper techniques with lip trill, rapid breaths and gasp in order grow your muscle.
  • Better Reading:
    Being able to read aloud well helps you look more confident in front of others, more professional,and greatly improves your empathy when relating with people, which not only makes you a better actor, but a better human.

Hosted By

  • John Wang

    Co-Founder of Closing Credits

    John is a 10 year production veteran, a voice coach, casting and dialogue director, and voice actor. With indepth knowledge on both sides of the window and behind the scenes, his work can be found on major networks such as NBC, CCTV, BTV, and Discovery as well as dozens of video games, corporate videos, and commercials.

    Fluent in English, Japanese, and Chinese, John currently direct talents across the world for various major brands and corporations. With partner studios in Beijing and Tokyo, some of his clients include Google, Microsoft, Nike, Mitsubishi, and United Airlines.

    He is the founder and CEO of Voicedubz Studios and the Head of Education and co-founder of Closing Credits.

Course Schedule

2-4 hours per week
  • Live Session

    Thursdays from 7-8PM ET

    Our live sessions happen every Thursday

Frequency Asked Questions

What happens if I miss a class?
We will record the live session for you to review.
What is your refund policy?
No refunds. Please be sure you want to take the course before you purchase it.
Do I have to turn on my video during sessions?
If you are uncomfortable showing your face on video, you don’t have to. It is helpful for instructors to watch your gestures and your movements in order to properly assess you as a student, but it’s not required.


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