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Oh Eagle, come with wings
Outspread in sunny skies.
Oh Eagle, come and bring us peace,
thy gentle peace.
Oh Eagle, come and give new life
to us who pray.
Remember the circle of the sky, the
stars, and the brown eagle.
the great life of the Sun,
the young within the nest,
Remember the sacredness of things.”
- Pawnee prayer

“And above all,
watch with glittering eyes
the whole world
around you
because the greatest secrets
are always are hidden
in the most unlikely places.
Those who don’t believe
in magic
will never find it.”
- Roald Dahl

“The only revolution that counts is a revolution of the human spirit.”
- Henrik Ibsen

 “You are not your thoughts or behavior. You are beneath the thinker. You are the stillness beneath the mental noise. You are the love and joy beneath the pain.”
- Eckhart Tolle

“Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.”
- Robert F. Kennedy

Speech Teachers & Coaches

List Schools & Speech/Voice and Voice-over Coaches here who have purchased a Resource Page, will include a link to your website.

Shane Ann Younts

The Linklater Center for Voice and Language
The Linklater Center
PO Box 504
New York, NY 10025

New York Vocal Coaching
Justin Stoney

Continuus Voice Vocal Studio
620 West 42nd St #4L New York, NY
(646) 867-0967

New York Vocal Coach Studio
(646) 361-5402

Susan Finch
(212) 740-7031

Brian Loxley Speech Studio

Beth Anne Cole
Toronto, ON, Canada

Rosemarie Cereghino
989 Woodbine Drive
St. Louis, MO 63126

Lynn Singer
Speaking Voice Coaching

Speech Coaching

Executive Speech Coaching

Ginny Kopf
3404 Chatworth Lane
Orlando, Fla.32812

Paul Meier Dialect Services
dialect instructor
Paul Meier Dialect Services, LC
4316 Wimbledon Drive
Lawrence, Kansas 66047



"It is a law of life that man cannot live for himself alone. The world's problems are also our personal problems. Health is achieved through maintaining our personal truth in a balanced relation of love to the rest of the world. No expression is more emblematic of this relation than the creative act which we call art, and none more than the theatre. The theatre, to be fully understood and appreciated, must be seen as a manifestation of this process of interchange between society and the individual. It must be judged as a continuous development of groups of individuals within society, becoming richer, acquiring greater force and value as it grows with the society. Only in this way can the theatre nourish us."  - Harold Clurman

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