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Free Content Resounding legacies: Remembering Cicely Berry

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For this Voicing, the Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies invited contributions by people who worked with seminal voice and speech trainer Cicely Berry (1926–2018) and who – in their work with major performance institutions ranging from the National Theatre, UK, to Sydney Theatre Company – have been in ongoing dialogue with her ideas and practices. Jane Boston, David Carey, Lyn Darnley, Kate Godfrey, Charmian Gradwell, Charmian Hoare, Barbara Houseman, Charlie Hughes-D’Aeth, Stephen Kemble, Nia Lynn, Jeannette Nelson and Patsy Rodenburg reflect on the ways in which their work intersected with Berry’s and, in doing so, they collectively capture significant moments of change and development in twentieth- and twenty-first-century pedagogies.
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Keywords: Cicely Berry; RSC; Shakespeare; speech; text; voice training

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2019

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