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Amy Stoller teaches accents and dialects to performers, and American English speech and diction to non-performers.

If you’re a producer or director, she’ll guide your cast in creating a consistent vocal world in support of your production.

If you’re a performing artist, she’ll help you hone your ability to “suit the word to the action.”

If you work in another field, she’ll help you develop a readily understandable speech that improves your chances of employment or promotion.


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Thank you for visiting my web site. As sole proprietor of Stoller System, LLC, I’m the resident dialect designer/coach (and occasional dramaturge) at Off-Broadway’s Mint Theater Company (since 1996). I did the dialect design and coaching for TONY Award Winner Jessie Mueller (as Carole King) and Jake Epstein (as Gerry Goffin) for Beautiful: The Carole King Musical on Broadway. I also work regularly with National Humanities Medalist Anna Deavere Smith, including Let Me Down Easy (New York, National Tour, and PBS’s Great Performances), and various other projects—you can see me working with Anna on HBO’s MasterClass. I’ve done production design and coaching for many other productions in New York and regional theatre, plus television projects including animated children’s shows, documentaries, and commercials. I’ve even won an award for my work.

I’m proud to be an Officer of VASTA, the Voice and Speech Trainers Association, and Associate Editor for New York City at IDEA: the International Dialects of English Archive. I’m also on the Board of Advisors of The Shaw Project.

Want to know more? I hope you’ll explore this site, especially the FAQ. Want to know even more than that? Just contact me for details!

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latest news


The Brightness of Heaven starts previews October 16, Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane, and opens officially October 26. As dialect designer & coach, I’ve been guiding the cast in Buffalonian accents. If your only idea of a New York accent is a New York City accent, Buffalo, NY will surprise you!

London Wall, for which I did the dialect design and dramaturgy, was the inaugural production on WNET-Thirteen’s new program, Theater Close-Up, on October 2. If you missed it on television, you can click to watch the streaming version online!

Please note: Owing to important rights restrictions, Theater Close-Up is available only within the WNET viewing area. If you are unable to view the broadcast version of London Wall, I hope you’ll enjoy the teaser below,  from our original production.

Rehearsing LONDON WALL: Dress Rehearsal, January 31, 2014 from Mint Theater Company on Vimeo.

Congratulations to Jessie Mueller on her TONY AWARD for Best Performance by an Actress in a Musical (on top of her Drama Desk Award)! I coached Jessie as Carole King and her co-star Jake Epstein as Gerry Goffin in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, now breaking house records at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on Broadway.

Mueller has got King’s conversational vocal delivery and sonic mannerisms down pat.

Tris McCall, The Star Ledger
on Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Mueller doesn’t imitate our heroine, but reflects her in many ways. She captures voice inflection and phrasing.

Alix Cohen, Woman Around Town
on Beautiful: The Carole King Musical


Selma, for which I coached Carmen Ejogo in Coretta Scott King’s idiolect, is now slated for US release in January 2015.