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Murder for Hire ... 



Dinner theatre is a fun experience for attendees, but poses some challenges for actors.  

How to command attention when the attention of the audience is elsewhere?  

Simply speaking louder is often not enough to cause the audience to shift focus from their dinner conversations to the players in the performance.  Projecting your voice is a part of it, but commanding attention with your voice requires a number of steps, a strong, resonant vocal performance, and the right chemistry!

I am very much looking forward to a workshop with a group of actors from 'Murder for Hire'.  Check out their website  http://www.murderforhire.ca/ ,   for upcoming performances and how to contact them.  





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