Ryan O’Shea

Voice & Speech

Ryan O’Shea is an Associate teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework®, a comprehensive, holistic approach to voice training for actors, singers, and anyone with a desire to be heard. Ryan received her MFA in Acting from Florida Atlantic University, and has extensive training in Fitzmaurice Voicework, Knight-Thompson Speechwork, Alexander Technique, and other methodologies of voice, movement, and acting. She combines her training in these disciplines with her experience as a professional actor to create a holistic learning experience for her students. In addition to teaching at the Art of Acting, Ryan currently teaches voice and speech classes at the Relativity School, a BFA training program located at the Los Angeles Center Studios in downtown LA. Ryan has served as an assistant teacher to Fitzmaurice Voicework Master Teacher, Saul Kotzubei, in several of his Los Angeles-based voice workshops for performers. She has taught in Dublin, Ireland for the Fourth International Freedom & Focus Conference, and as a guest artist with UCLA, The Australian Film and Television Academy (USA), Florida Atlantic University, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Phoenix Theatre (Indianapolis), Purdue University, Depauw University, Indy Convergence, and others. She also formerly served on the acting Faculty at the University of Indianapolis Department of Theatre. voiceandspeechwithryan.com


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