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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 has been teaching theatre at IU Bloomington for twelve years and has been a professor of theatre for the past 25 years at Wayne State University in Detroit, Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and Michigan State University. She has been the professional voice coach at Indiana Repertory Theatre since 2007 where she recently coached Dial M for Murder and The Cay. She will coach The Curious Incident of The Dog in the Nighttime at IRT this fall. She has coached dialects for the National Tour of Kiss Me Kate, the NY City Opera Production of Dead Man Walking and for countless regional theatres including: Meadowbrook theatre in Michigan and Chicago Shakespeare Theatre. She also coaches appellate court prep at IU's Maurer School of Law and for IU Opera Theatre at the Jacobs School of Music. Nancy is a professional actor and has worked on stage, in film and on network television. This summer she will start certification as a master teacher of Patsy Rodenburg's voice technique at Michael Howard Studios in New York. Nancy is a member of AEA, SAG/AFTRA, and VASTA.