ACTING AND PUBLIC SPEAKING COACHING
Coaching sessions are designed around the individual's needs.
Please contact email@example.com for group and corporate sessions plans
INTRO TO ACTING COACHING
The Physical body - the 5 centers
Voice of the character
Conquering stage fright
Monologue selection (classical and contemporary, comedic and dramatic)
Physicalization and staging
Conquering stage fright
Identifying BFA programs and conservatories
Structuring audition time-line
Dance and vocal coaching on demand
Phillip Sean Brown is currently the Director of Theater at the prestigious Shipley School in Bryn Mawr PA. Several of his students have gone on to study at Julliard, NYU TISCH, Michigan, and many other distinguished acting conservatories in the US and abroad, and are now working in the professional performing arts industry. He founded the Amblers Acting Studio and worked for Disney original programming and was the Acting/dialogue coach and ‘punch-up’ writer on the hit Original Series Disney shows, “That’s so Raven” and “Cory in the House.”
Phillip has worked professionally in the TV, Film, and Theater industry throughout the United States. Most recently, Phillip has launched his original content creation production company, Sling & Stone Productions, focused on developing original content for TV, Film and Theater. He is also a professional actor and director and has extensive credits in both fields. Phillip attended the University of the Arts in Philadelphia PA, where he studied Theater Arts, and he Received his Bachelor of Science, with Honors, in Business Administration and Leadership from Rosemont College. Phillip is also a graduate of Germantown Academy in Fort Washington Pa. For further information about his professional work, please click HERE.
Emma is a professional actor, director, teacher and writer, originally from London, England, but now based in the Main Line area of Philadelphia. She has over 30 years of professional experience working in theatre and public speaking. For the last 15 years she has worked at the Shipley School in Bryn Mawr. Many of her students have gone on to prestigious theatre schools in the US and further afield. Adult public speaking students have presented at Ted Talks, to local businesses and at social events.
Professionally, she is a member of Actors Equity, British Equity and The Dramatists Guild. She has an MA in Creative and Critical Writing, a BA in Performance Arts and worked for many years in the UK as an actress, performing in plays in the West End, on tour and regionally around the UK, at The Edinburgh Festival and in BBC radio and film. In Philadelphia she has worked with many local companies and was the founding artistic director of Tiny Dynamite, a theatre company that specializes in the hit theatre series, 'a Play, a Pie and a Pint'. Since 2018 she has been working as a playwright and has had her work produced across the country. For further information about her professional work, please visit her artistic website HERE.
UVA Writers Workshop
Yale School of Drama
Yale Summer Session
University of Michigan
Students have been accepted into the following colleges and programs:
Carnegie Mellon Summer session
Carnegie Mellon Summer Program
"I have worked as a fight director for a dozen Shakespeare productions directed by Emma Gibson at the Shipley School. She brings a vivid imagination to all aspects of her productions and works hard to get the best performances from her students."
Fight Director SAFD
“Working with Emma has enabled me to engage with my audiences on a deeper and more personal level.”
Motivational and inspirational speaker and Everest climber
“Emma Gibson is such a thoughtful and intelligent acting coach that I can only recommend. She has a keen skill for being able to tailor her advice to how the actor is responding. She has coached me for several successful auditions, including college and advanced training programs.”
NYU Tisch '24
“All three of my daughters have done multiple productions with Emma. she is everyone’s cheerleader! Emma is a powerhouse! She makes every child feel important and included.
My daughter also took public speaking with Emma and went from being uncomfortable and insecure about speaking in front of her peers to confident and proud, within just a few short months.”
Mother to Charlotte, Aisling and Olive Smith
How long are sessions? One hour.
How much? $100 for 1 class, $250 for 3 classes, $525 for 6 classes.*
How do I pay you? Venmo, PayPal, Cash or Check
Where are classes held? We are currently based in Haverford. We can also do coaching via zoom.
How do I book? Send us a message at the contact form below or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is your covid policy? We follow the CDC guidelines. We are fully vaccinated and boosted.
What about clearances? We are fully up to date with PA child clearances.
*For financial hardship, please reach out to discuss pay scale.
Partnering with Lynne Fuller and College Flight Path, Stage Right will be presenting a workshop on public speaking essentials and interview skills, to help prepare students for their grad school interviews, or to get ready to join the workforce.
In this workshop we will cover...
🔷 Physical presence
🔷 Non-verbal responses
🔷 Reading the room
🔷 Handshake and body language
🔷 Effective listening
🔷 Researching your client
🔷 Managing interview anxiety
🔷 And more!
🌐 Register by emailing email@example.com. Chrome Browser and Google Meet recommended.
Registration is $20 per person
🗓️ Date: Tuesday, August 29th
⏰ Time: 7-8pm
Don't miss out on this opportunity to boost your interview success! 🎯💼