Audio Shakespeare Pronunciation AppUnlike anything you’ve ever seen or heard.
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"The App is so Incredibly Thorough"
The Audio Shakespeare Pronunciation app is just so incredibly thorough. I’m impressed by it every time I open it. Not only is it easy to zip through under the pressure of working on a play, but it’s fun to explore when just wanting a bit of background on Shakespeare. (The “More” button at the bottom of each page gives lots of extra information.) The app turns word-pronunciation into a cell phone game in the best way! – Rosa Gilmore, “The Taming of the Shrew” (Shakespeare in the Park), “The Handmaid’s Tale” (Hulu), “The Importance of Being Earnest” (Two River Theater) - See more
"It takes the guesswork out of preparing for Shakespeare".
The Audio Shakespeare Pronunciation app is an invaluable resource. It takes the guesswork out of preparation when working on a play, empowering any actor to say all the words on stage with ease and personal ownership. I look forward to any time spent with Shakespeare because it means I get to spend more time with this fantastically thorough app. – Harry Ford, “Romeo and Juliet”, Mercutio (Classic Stage Company, NYC), “Code Black” (CBS), Series Regular - See more
"The Shakespeare Pronunciation App is an Authority."
For the pronunciation, in American English, of all the words in the Shakespeare canon, the Audio Shakespeare Pronunciation App is an authority to trust. Professors Younts and Scheeder have done a first-class job. I use the app myself. You will find the extra tools relating to verse and dialects very helpful too. – Paul Meier, Voicing Shakespeare and Accents & Dialects for Stage and Screen; founder and director, The International Dialects of English Archive (IDEA). - See more
Based on the Book “All the Words on Stage”Meet The Authors
Louis Scheeder is an Arts Professor at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where he is the founder and Director of The Classical Studio, an advanced training program in the Department of Drama. He is also Associate Dean of Faculty for Tisch. Read More
Shane Ann Younts
Shane Ann Younts is an Associate Arts Professor at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where she teaches voice, text and Shakespeare classes in the Graduate Acting Program. She also teaches a complete voice and speech program in New Read More