ASC alum, Laurie Carter Rose booked a guest-star role on NBC's Chicago Med, and will also be playing Robyn in Citadel Theatre's production of The Roommate opening February 1st- March 3rd.
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"The class was great. Very practical information and exercises. Using Chicago recording studios is a great way to get experience. Jeff (Jeff Lupetin, Instructor - Intermediate Voiceover) is the best instructor I’ve had. He’s informative, professional and witty. Makes the class time fly. The exercises progressed nicely. Great practical examples from Jeff’s career. I love Jeff’s wit. Good studio experience. Jeff took the time to work with each of us at various times."
— Intermediate Voiceover Student
"Linda (Linda Gillum, Instructor - Level 1 Introduction to Shurtleff) did a great job. Nice way about her and positive and healthy approach overall. Just the right balance for beginner group and range of ages, talent, etc. I think the orientation by Kurt is a great introduction and the more that people experience it the more it helps to promote the studio and have people join classes."
— Level 1 Student
"Our instructor (Norm Boucher, Instructor- Beginning Voiceover) was almost instantly adapting to all of our levels and needs as we took turns reading. He not only had a keen sense of everyone’s personality traits and was able to help everyone at any of their individual levels. As a green beginner, I was so nervous starting this class. Thanks to the great staff and instructor I was not only comfortable to take risks by my second class, but by the end of the 8 weeks I’m so sad it’s over! I feel this class was well thought out. This class had a plan, a goal. A focus and yet felt spontaneous at the same time."
— Naomi Higa
"Jennie (Jennie Moreau, Instructor - Level 2 Shurtleff to Scene) has a fantastic ability to turn every moment into a lesson and fantastic ability to adjust to each student. I walked out of each class with buckets full of new knowledge and an eagerness to empty them and apply my new skills."
— Sierra Lynne Schnack