acting skills to add impact to your
for Public Speakers
Use acting techniques
to improve voice tone and inflection, posture, gestures and eye contact.
Saturday, May 3, 2008
Holiday Inn, McKnight Road, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, 9am to 5 pm
Class size limited to 15
Research shows that the impact of your speech will be
determined by the following factors:
- 55% by your posture, gestures and eye
- 38% by your voice tone and inflection
- Only 7% by the content of your speech.
How you perform your speech will be far more important
than how well it is written. But when people stand up to speak, a strange
thing happens: Their voices become monotonous and their movements become
wooden. Even experienced speakers lose their natural gestures and vocal
tone. Traditional methods of teaching public speaking do not correct this
This workshop offers an entirely new approach to
public speaking which you will not find anywhere else. It is based on Method
Acting techniques that have been adapted specifically for public speakers.
It addresses the root cause of why we loose our ability to move and talk
naturally in front of a group. For the first time you can learn techniques
that will immediately give you a better vocal range. You will learn how to
memorize your speech in an entirely new way so that your gestures and
movements are natural. You will learn to use eye contact so that everyone in
the audience feels as if you are speaking directly to them. For the first
time you can learn performance techniques that work.
Class size limited to 15. Cost $295.
To attend this workshop call 412-478-6785 or