Season 1 finale! Actor and vocal coach Casey Erin Clark discusses church potlucks, her love of pie, how she maintained a healthy body image after a college theater director told her to lose weight, the connections between self-expression and balanced eating habits, and lots more. Enjoy this episode, and stay tuned for news about a Food Psych live show later this summer!
Casey Erin Clark has worked extensively as an actor in NYC and around the country. She recently finished 20 months touring with the original company of the 25th Anniversary National Tour of Les Miserables, playing the Factory Girl and understudying the lead role of Fantine, which she performed over 25 times. She has also enjoyed experiences at regional theaters around the country, including Paper Mill Playhouse, Flat Rock Playhouse, Theatre by the Sea, Laguna Playhouse, North Carolina Theater, The Lost Colony, Cumberland County Playhouse, and Stages St Louis, where she was nominated for a Kevin Kline Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of Jo in Little Women.
Casey has been teaching vocal production, public speaking, accent modification, and singing to clients of all ages for the last 10 years, working with the prestigious TADA Youth Theater, NY Speech Coaching, the Studio New Canaan, and her private studio. Her clients hail from Fortune 500 companies and fast-moving start-ups, business schools, a dozen different countries . . . and one NYC slam poet who wanted to bring out his inner folk singer. She is passionate about finding and freeing her clients’ own unique sound, style, and delivery to help them communicate with the utmost ease and joy. Find her at caseyerinclark.com, and learn more about her vocal coaching studio at vitalvoicetraining.com.