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Short and sweet: Yorkshire coaching session for a major audiobook publisher.

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In preparation: Hindle Wakes, by famed “Manchester School” playwright Stanley Houghton. Rehearsals start at th end of the month. Performances December 23, 2017–February 17, 2018 at the Mint, Clurman Theatre, Theatre Row.

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Drama at its best! One of the finest dramatic pieces offered this season, and should not be missed. … crucial Dialect Coaching is by Amy Stoller.

Al Chase, The White Rhino Report
on A Guide for the Homesick

Recent stageA Guide for the Homesick, by Ken Urban at the Huntington Theatre Co., Boston, MA. It was great being reunited with director Colman Domingo, and working with McKinley Belcher III on his Ugandan dialect was truly rewarding.

"It’ll wreck you. You’ll love it."

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Kudos, too, to frequent Mint collaborator Amy Stoller for dialect work to hone accents that are coherent and consistent within each piece — and distinct from piece to piece.

Martha Steketee, Clyde Fitch Report
on The Suitcase Under the Bed

Perhaps the finest takeaway is the versatility of the seven actors playing from two to four widely varying roles each, and doing so with convincing accents.

Samuel L. Leiter, The Broadway Blog
on The Suitcase Under the Bed

Kudos to Amy Stoller for dialogue coaching, especially on the subtleties of the Anglo-Irish accent.

Marilyn Lester, Theater Pizzazz
on The Suitcase Under the Bed

Recent stage: New York Times Critic’s PickThe Suitcase Under the Bed, four short plays by Teresa Deevy, directed by Jonathan Bank at the Mint Theater Company.

Dress rehearsal of The Suitcase Under the Bed.