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2021 VASTA Virtual Conference: Featured Performance - Quarantine Stories
Sammi Grant
Published on: 7/11/2021
Quarantine Stories - VASTA by Theatre Story Archive is: A CONVERSATION, between ARTISTS, about NOW, for the FUTURE. This digital presentation features interviews from our VASTA Community to capture the feelings, experiences, and responses to the challenge of COVID-19.
VASTA Virtual Conference: Meet Two Keynote Speakers
Sammi Grant
Published on: 6/28/2021
Meet two of the keynote speakers for the 2021 VASTA Virtual Conference: Lisa Cromarty and Tré Cotten!
VASTA Virtual Conference: Early Bird Pricing Extended!
Director of Operations
Published on: 6/15/2021
Early Bird Pricing Extended VASTA VIRTUAL CONFERENCE Rising Voices: Listening to the Past, Dismantling the Present, Cultivating a New Future July 30-August 1, 2021 Visit for details


Congratulations to the New VASTA Board of Directors Members
Michael J Barnes
Published on: 6/11/2021
Congratulations to the 2021-2024 cohort of members on the VASTA Board of Directors! The membership has chosen Amy Hume, Gwedonlyn Schwinke, and Seun Sobomehin.

Voice and Speech Review

Purchase VASTA's Book: The History of Voice Pedagogy
Rockford Sansom
VASTA and Routledge Press are excited to announce the release of The History of Voice Pedagogy.

Member Submitted Events

VIRTUAL: Rose Bruford College Summer Masterclasses Online July through August 2021
Janice Orlandi
World renowned Master Teachers deliver summer online masterclasses in Acting, Voice, Directing, Movement, Singing & more. Rose Bruford College summer online masterclasses include important innovators and renowned educators who have developed their own pedagogy and New Training Methods or Techniques, and master teachers of Russian, British and American training methods for actors, directors, teachers and performers.
FRANCE: Wolfsohn- Hart Voice/Body Intensive 7 day Residential Workshop - August 2021
Margaret Pikes
The WOLFSOHN - HART voice work offers a way to experience and develop a deeper connection to your own unique vocal potential. Because vocal sound has its source in the body as well as in the world of our emotions, play and movement can often unexpectedly free up vocal possibilities that lie hidden and unexpressed. In the mornings we will focus on individual voices and in the afternoons on group improvisation, play and the development of individual themes including work on texts or singing songs.