A director, actress and voice teacher, Andrea Haring is the associate director of The Linklater Center for Voice and Language and the coordinator for Linklater Teacher Training. Haring is currently on faculty at Columbia University School of the Arts, Circle in the Square Theatre School, and Fordham University. She previously taught at Yale School of Drama, The New Actor's Workshop, New York University Tisch Undergraduate Drama, and Dartmouth College. She regularly teaches at theater schools and companies in Spain, Italy, Finland, Germany and Iceland.
As vocal coach and member of The LAByrinth Theater Company, Haring has worked on The Little Flower of East Orange, Jack Goes Boating, School of the Americas, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Our Lady of 121st Street, Jesus Hopped the "A" Train, and Guinea Pig Solo. Haring coaches extensively on and off Broadway, including for Reasons To Be Pretty, Suddenly Last Summer, and Bridge and Tunnel.
The Linklater Center for Voice and Language
Haring co-founded the company with fellow School of the Arts professor Kristin Linklater and serves as associate director....▶
Jack Goes Boating
As a membr of LAByrinth Theater Company, Haring served as vocal coach for this film, starring Philip Seymour Hoffman....▶
Reasons to Be Pretty
Haring worked with the cast of this Broadway play as a vocal coach....▶