Our coach, Laura Giannarelli, is one of the founders and is current President of the Washington Stage Guild, a director, and accomplished narrator of over 800 books at the Library of Congress, recording, monitoring and reviewing their recordings for over 30 years. She is the recipient of the Alexander Scourby Award for her work on the Laura Ingalls Wilder Little House on the Prairie books. Laura will be directing The Old Masters for the Stage Guild in January Faith Healer for Quotidian in March. Laura is also the area liaison for Actors' Equity. She drives a Prius and recycles.
Our geek, Clay Teunis, engineers multi-tracked audio demos; records, edits and masters audio book recordings (to Audible specs); creates graphic art from photos, and occasionally designs/hosts web sites. Clay has also designed theater sound
and has written bio plays for the National Portrait Gallery, including "Man from Independence" (Harry Truman) and "Voila Julia" (Child). A road version, "Julia Child Says Bon Appétit," is currently performing in the Philadelphia area. He rides a bike and recycles rainwater.
studio located in Silver Spring, MD