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Charles Linshaw

Vocal Studies Faculty

Charles Linshaw is an actor, director, vocal coach and teacher. As an actor he has performed extensively on stage in New York City, and with local companies including: The Lyric Stage Company; Experiment America 2012, a coproduction of A.R.T./The Huntington Theatre/ICA; The Nora Theatre Company; Gloucester Stage Company; Commonwealth Shakespeare Company; The Publick Theatre; and the Boston Theater Marathon. He has performed voiceovers for numerous episodes of Frontline on PBS including the Emmy Award winning episode, A Death in Tehran, and the Emmy nominated episodes, The Confessions and Rules of Engagement. He has also appeared on film and television, commercials, and industrials. He recently made his professional directorial debut with an outdoor production in Cambridge of Much Ado About Nothing (Equity Members’ Project Code). He has been dialect coach for Central Square Theater on Photograph 51 and Operation Epsilon, and was vocal coach for Antony and Cleopatra at Lesley University. As an assistant director, Charles worked with Tony Award winning director/producer Andy Sandberg on Operation Epsilon.

Charles holds an MFA in Acting from Columbia University where he trained with Kristin Linklater, Andrei Serban, and Anne Bogart & SITI Company among others. He has previously taught at Brandeis University, and in addition to teaching voice at The Boston Conservatory, he’s currently part-time faculty at Northeastern University where he has taught both voice and acting. He is a proud and long-time member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA.

 

*Photo Credit: Susan Shacter

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