San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
At this one-hour seminar, I will share with you my philosophies regarding the one thing people pay the least amount of attention to that shows the greatest amount of who you are: your voice. In a marketplace like New York City where countless people move to make a name for themselves, they go to great lengths to take care of their bodies, skin, hair, wardrobe, etc., but can rarely place any value on communication and speech.
As part of my dramatic training at the New York University Tisch School of the Arts, I learned spectacular things and began developing my own personal vocal technique. I want to share this with you. Though my training is in drama, what I am offering is specifically for non-actors. We can all communicate in a better way.
Come and listen to, not just my stories, but those of others whose lives have been changed by this work.
I'll see you there.
- Raji Ahsan
When & Where
In 2013, I graduated from the Department of Drama at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. I participated in many plays both at the studio level and on the main stage.
In my last semester at NYU/Tisch, I was chosen from numerous students to be part of a fourteen-week class taught by Alec Baldwin, a master of the profession.
I am now co-leading a new, weekly improvisational group which has its focus in building, encouraging and healing an audience through laughter (influenced by the values of Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Sid Caesar, Dick Van Dyke and others) as opposed to degrading it and possibly insulting its intelligence—a phenomenon we have seen far too often. I am currently living in Brooklyn creating content as a writer and actor for myself and others.