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Suiting Words to Actions Since 1995

Amy Stoller is an award-winning dialect designer who can guide your cast in creating a consistent vocal world in support of your production, or any cast member in acquiring the speech pattern needed to make their character come alive.

She also provides individualized accent & dialect dialect design for performers, dramaturgy for productions & writers, and resources for other accent & dialect professionals.

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on stage:

Anna Deavere Smith recreates her speakers’ inflections and rhythms with an exactitude that comes only with hard study .… We become vividly aware of nuances of phrasing and tone that we would be unlikely to catch if we were watching the same people on television. (Amy Stoller is her dialect coach.)

—Ben Brantley, The New York Times


New York Times Critics’ Pick! Notes from the Field, created and performed by Anna Deavere Smith, directed by Leonard Foglia. Extended through December 18 at Second Stage.



 Dramaturg Alisa Solomon & dialect coach Amy Stoller at Opening of Notes from the Field

on the radio:


 Drive-time fun with accents on Wake Up with Taylor, Sirius XM.

recent stage:

A forgotten masterpiece, acted by the best ensemble cast I’ve seen in recent seasons.

—Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal

The Mint Theater Company production recently closed its twice-extended run of N.C. Hunter’s A Day by the Sea, directed by Austin Pendleton.