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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 now:


A Day by the Sea, by N.C. Hunter, directed by Austin Pendleton, in performance through September 24. Mint Theater Company in residence at the Beckett Theatre on Theatre Row. Click for flyer.


Himself and Nora, off-Broadway at the Minetta Lane Theatre through September 4. I joined the team shortly before previews for some accent and language polishing: mostly Irish, but also Italian (including Italian language), even some ecclesiastical Latin!

in rehearsal:


At American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, MA, we’ve started work on a new production of Anna Deavere Smith’s Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education, directed by Leonard Foglia. Performances at ART are August 20–September 17. Then we go to Second Stage in New York City in October (exact dates TBA); then the Broad Stage in Santa Monica, CA, February 1–5, 2017. Notes from the Field is part of …

On rehearsal break in Berkeley, Summer 2015.