Impossible Copy PT.3 (4-part Series) with Sara Krieger

Voiceover Lab

New York

Impossible Copy PT.3 (4-part Series) with Sara Krieger

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

6:30 PM
Check-in begins at: 6:15 PM

Impossible Copy

This four-week class of “Impossible Copy” will focus on some of the more challenging aspects of voiceover copy- from confusing copy to celebrity references, from ultra short copy to complex medical copy. This class is for the professional voice actor who is looking to enhance their technique, as well as for the burgeoning voice actor who wants to expand their understanding of the more difficult aspects of voiceover copy.

This is a four part class that is open to VO Lab members. Members may take individual classes. For this particular series of classes, members may also sign on for the series.

Class Three 5/23 - Direction Challenges

Confusing Direction

Overwritten Direction for short copy

Celebrity References

Self-Direction when recording at home

Class Four 5/30 - Complex Copy Challenges

Legal Disclaimers

Medical Copy

Fair Balance

Reading to time


Sara Krieger transitioned from a celebrated music career in New York to become one of the most steadily working female actors in Voiceover. While her career in music included gigs at the Blue Note in NY and Japan, Jazz festivals around the world and Carnegie Hall (most notably as one of the original members of the Grammy award winning group ‘New York Voices’), what was originally intended to be a supplementary move to Voiceovers evolved into a full time and well regarded career.

Sara has recorded hundreds of spots, including accounts for Estee Lauder, Thermasilk, Orencia, Citbank, Unicef, HGTV, Fox TV, Bloomberg Radio and currently WQXR. She also worked steadily on the Late Show with David Letterman for the last 13 years of the show, as one of his monologue “skit voices”, in addition to filling in for Dave’s regular on air announcer, Alan Kalter.

Sara is also an accomplished voiceover coach and demo reel producer. In addition to her private coaching business, she has also taught many courses for the union’s “Business of the Biz” series, of which she was a co-creator. She has moderated the successful SAG Foundation’sThe Business panel, which presented "The Evolution of Women in Voiceovers” (which can be seen on Youtube). In addition, she is a regular contributor to the SAG Conservatory as well as the EIF Voiceover Lab of the SAG Foundation in New York.

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