Individualized coaching for ages 5-22 out of our Elmsford studios.
Private Voice Lesson Rates
Private Acting Lesson Rates
Semi-Private Acting Lessons
Group of 2-3
$20 ea/30 mins
$25 ea/45 mins
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Natalie Gray is the Resident Voice Teacher, Director of several RFKT Workshops, and Senior Director for many of the Jellybeans productions.
Natalie received a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, and a degree in Music Therapy from The University of Georgia. Most notable credits include the Tony-award winning Broadway produced Avenue Q at The Wynn Theater in Las Vegas as “Christmas Eve”, Sondheim’s Pacific Overtures (The Alliance Theatre & North Shore Music Theatre), A Funny Thing Happened …Forum as “Tintinabula”, Ruthless: The Musical as “Ms. Thorn/Ms. Block”, and Theater In The Square’s Much Ado About Nothing as “Hero.”
Natalie has recently returned to opera performing as “Gretel” in Opera Manhattan’s production of Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel and as “Annina” in Verdi’s La Traviata. Other memorable roles include “Zerlina” in Mozart’s Don Giovanni and “Gretchen” in Romberg’s The Student Prince. She has also performed with the U.S Department of Defense Overseas Entertainment Tour traveling to Korea, Japan, Okinawa, and Johnston Atoll “entertaining the troops!”
Trained and coached by some of the most notable musicians and directors in both opera and musical theater such as Jason Moore (Shrek, Ave. Q), Sherry Overholt, Steven Crawford (Metropolitan Opera), Stephen Oremus (Ave Q, Wicked), Kent Gash (Pacific Overtures), Rob Meffe, Norma Newton, and Joan Kreuger, Natalie utilizes all of her education and experience and applies them to her teaching. With nearly 10 years of providing private voice instruction, Natalie continues to emphasize a healthy technique for all ages as well as coaching students for performances and auditions. She has also music directed for several school productions of Into The Woods, Guys and Dolls, and Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
As a competitive ballroom dancer, Natalie is well versed in International Style, especially the Latin dances such as Cha-Cha, Rhumba, Jive, and Samba. As a choreographer for Regional theaters and high schools, Natalie works in integrating the styles of jazz, ballet, tap, and ballroom in her productions such as Oklahoma, The Music Man, Pippin, Seussical, and Hello Dolly!.
When not performing or teaching, she treasures her time with her husband, Kevin, and daughter, Bridget. Natalie is a proud member of Actors Equity Association and the National Association of Teachers of Singing. For more information, please log onto www.nataliegray.net.
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Danielle Roth has been a resident voice teacher at RFKT since Oct 2010 and has both directed and assistant directed Jellybeans and Workshop Shows this past Winter and Spring. She is so excited to be a part of RFKT and looks forward to starting new group voice classes and taking on more directorial responsibilities this year.
When Danielle decided to pursue the arts, she was accepted into Manhattan School of Music’s Preparatory Division where she studied classical voice for 2 years. She also participated in NYU’s CAP-21 Preparatory Division as well where she studied Meisner and Strasberg acting techniques. She was signed with Shirley Grant Management for several years where she worked primarily in voice-over work most notably in radio commercials and singing on educational CD’s for children.
She has worked as the Personal Assistant for Broadway Composer, Neil Berg, on several industry readings as well as his touring production of "100 Years of Broadway" where she worked with such names as Liz Calloway, Danny Zolli, and Rita Harvey. She still continues to take classes as well as voice lessons from several teachers to continue to expand her own teaching abilities.The performing arts have held a special place in Danielle’s heart for her entire life and she hopes to bring this passion to her work as a voice teacher and director here at Random Farms. She believes in the power of music and art and has seen firsthand how it can truly change lives. She hopes to nurture each child’s unique talents and teach them to embrace their own individuality.
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has been a Resident Voice Instructor at RFKT since September 2010. Originally born in the Bronx, but raised in rural Michigan, Paul graduated with a BFA from the prestigious Musical Theatre program at the University of Michigan, where he had the opportunity to work with such notables as Gene Kelly, lyricist Sheldon Harnick, and composer Joe Raposo. Paul’s college career included productions of Bernstein’s Mass
, the musical Doonesbury
, the first post-Broadway production of Kurt Weill’s Love Life
, the world premiere of the musical A Wonderful Life
, Jule Styne and Cole Porter revues, as well as summer stock productions of Grease
, George M!
, South Pacific
, and Sweeney Todd
During his college senior year, Paul was cast by renowned director/choreographer Jean Ann Ryan as the lead male singer and dancer in Fantasy for Kings Productions in Cincinnati. He then resided in Chicago as a working actor in regional theater, industrial film and commercials, and has been a proud member of Actors’ Equity, SAG and AFTRA for over 20 years. His career took a spectacular turn when he became an original cast member in the first national touring company of Miss Saigon, which was produced by Cameron Mackintosh and led by acclaimed director Nicholas Hytner. The company toured 12 cities over four years, and included a performance for President Clinton and family at the Kennedy Center.
Paul also lived in Los Angeles for several years, where he became Director of Classes and lead voice instructor for Vivace Conservatory-- a non-profit performing arts school located in the heart of Los Angeles’ Chinatown formed by Asian professional actors to nurture young Asian-American talent. Paul and the Vivace team were commissioned by World Asia Network to create and produce the television pilot K’POW!, a musical variety children’s program.
Just a few of Paul’s professional theater highlights include playing both the father and son roles in separate productions of Flower Drum Song, Bustopher Jones/Gus/Growltiger in Cats, Bun Foo in Thoroughly Modern Millie, as well as productions of A Chorus Line, Jesus Christ Superstar, West Side Story, Follies, Crazy For You, Damn Yankees and the comedy Shear Madness. He also performed in an original musical at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as the world premiere of Stephen Schwartz’s opera Seance On A Wet Afternoon at Opera Santa Barbara, and the Metropolitan Opera premiere of Nixon In China directed by Peter Sellars. He assistant directed, co-conceived and choreographed a production of Bernstein’s Trouble in Tahiti for UCSB’s Opera Program.
With over 10 years of experience teaching voice to children, adults and groups-- it has continually been Paul’s philosophy to ensure that his students not only learn to sing and breathe in a healthy way, but also to show them the performance and movement skills they need to sing in front of an audience. His teaching style is to make voice lessons fun and informative, find out your singing goals and assess any vocal issues that need to be addressed. Paul gives you full understanding of breath support and placement, helps you understand how to sing through your “break” to smooth out the transition between your chest and head voices and make you the most versatile singer you can be. Together you’ll work on the songs you want to sing, plus with his extensive knowledge of musical theater, pop songs and other genres, give you ideas to expand your song repertoire. His theater training will help you with the acting and “physicalization” of a song, whether you are preparing songs for auditions or other performances.
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is overjoyed to be joining the RFKT family as the newest Resident Voice Teacher. A NYC based teacher and performer, she brings with her over 15 years of experience teaching in both private and group settings and specializes in working with growing young artists. Although primarily a voice instructor, she also teaches acting and beginning to intermediate piano, as well as bringing along a history of directing. Her educational work began at the age of 12 with the founding of the Maple Street Theater Group, a summer camp and training ground she started for young performers, in MA. Through this group, she taught workshops, directed full length shows, and even developed new plays with her students. After 10 years with the MSTG, her journey went on to include work as a Voice and Piano Instructor for Music Reach, in PA, several summers as the Assoc. Artistic Producer and Asst. Music Theater Instructor for Performance PLUS in NH, and work as the Director and Theater Instructor for the Burn Brae Daycamp, in PA. She is currently a private voice and piano teacher to students in NYC and PA. Katherine holds a BA in Music Theater Performance from Plymouth State University, in NH, and currently studies with the internationally acclaimed operatic soprano Candace Goetz to continue to further her knowledge and skill base, both as teacher and performer.
Katherine's work in the Voice studio is grounded in a strong, dual focus on developing healthy technique and coaching performance. Her broad knowledge of musical theater repetoire also makes her a wonderful resource for help with appropriate song selection. Fun, warm, kind, and enthusiastic, Katherine connects easily with students across the spectrum, intuitively keying in to their needs and goals and adapting her teaching style to best serve each of them. Above all, she is dedicated to helping all who want to sing to find, hone, and truly value their own unique voices.
A working performer, as well as instructor, Katherine has been blessed to tour the country and world performing with Disney Cruise Line, where she appeared onstage as Snow White, Sesame Street Live!, where she originated the roles of Kay and Oscar in Super Grover: Ready for Action, and American Family Theater, where she was seen as the title roles in both Cinderella and The Little Mermaid. Regional credits include work with the Walnut Street Theater, in PA, Reagle Players, in MA, Saxtons River Playhouse, in VT, New Candlelight Theater, in DE, Stage One Productions, in NH, the Philadelphia Gilbert & Sullivan Union,in PA (international competition), and the Rockaway Theater Company, in NYC. Favorite roles include Lucy/You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Ado Annie/Oklahoma!, Julie Jordan/Carousel, Little Red Riding Hood/Into the Woods, the title role in Sylvia, and Louise/The Underpants. Katherine can next be seen performing this fall in NYC as the Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Julie Schwartz Webb has been an RFKT Director and Senior Director for both the Workshop and Jellybeans programs since January 2010. She is looking forward to expanding her role at RFKT by offering acting coaching and other new programs.
Julie received her B.A. in Musical Theatre Performance from Wagner College, graduating suma cum laude. She then went on to work as a director and actor for Missoula Children's Theatre, touring domestically and internationally to work with thousands of children around the globe to put on musical theatre performances within their own communities.
Julie performed at American Girl Place Theatre for over a year in Circle of Friends as Aunt Cornelia and other female adult characters from the American Girl series, as well as Bitty Kitty in Bitty Bear's Matinee. Other favorite roles include Rapunzel in Into the Woods (The Theatre Company at DeBaun Auditorium), Isabel in Scrooge the Musical, and Young Heidi in Follies (both at Snug Harbor Cultural Center).
Through New York Cares, Julie created and ran an after-school acting club in a small school in Washington Heights that would not otherwise have a theatre program. Along with other volunteers, Julie has given the group a solid foundation in theatre, with behind-the-scenes workshops, scene studies, field trips to see live performances, and several school play performances.
Julie is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association.
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