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Nancy Lipschultz

Nancy Lipschultz

Associate Professor -Voice and Speech

M.F.A. from Wayne State University
B.F.A. from Stephens College

nlipschu@indiana.edu


Nancy Lipschultz has worked as an actress in New York, California, regionally in Michigan, Texas and in her hometown of Chicago. She has also worked overseas in London and is a veteran of six Fringe festivals in Edinburgh, Scotland. In addition to appearing on stage she has worked on several feature films, in numerous industrial films, many commercials, as well as, on network television. Nancy holds an MFA in Acting from Wayne State University and has been a professor of Acting, Voice and Directing at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, Michigan State University, Ohio Wesleyan University, and was head of undergraduate and graduate voice for the actor at Wayne State University in Detroit. Nancy is the voice and dialect coach for all Indiana University productions and has also coached many professional productions including: the New York City Opera production of Dead Man Walking directed by Tony award winner Leonard Foglia, the National Tour of Kiss Me Kate, Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure and The Ladies Man for Indiana Repertory Theatre, Trip to Bountiful at the Meadow Brook Theatre, The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, and The Sound of Music at the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre. She provides the voice for Lexus GPS systems for Inter Group Corporation from Tokyo, Japan. She recently appeared in the new play reading series at Victory Gardens Theatre in Chicago playing Essie in High Holidays by Alan Gross. Nancy is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, Actors Equity Association and VASTA.