Susan Schuld has been acting, vocal coaching, and teaching nationally for over 25 years. Currently, she is the professor of Voice, Speech, and Accents/Dialects for the Department of Theatre and Dance and the University of Florida. Previous teaching faculties include: University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Virginia Commonwealth University; The Actor's Studio at Pace University MFA program, Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts; NYU Tisch School of the Arts CAP21; Circle in the Square; Maggie Flanigan Acting Studio; The Linklater Center; University of Northern Iowa; and served as the Director in Residence at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, UK for Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2003-4. Regional acting and vocal coaching credits include: American Players Theatre, Hippodrome Theatre Company, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, Illinois Shakespeare Festival, Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, Henley Street/Richmond Shakespeare, Playwrights Horizon’s NYC, Mile Square Theater, Amphibian Productions, Colonial Theater, and the Berkshire Theatre Festival. Areas of Specialization: Voice Production, Accents & Dialects, Vocal health & Rehabilitation, Vocal Extremes, Audition Preparation, Shakespeare, and Vocal Coaching for Productions. M.F.A in Acting from Rutgers University, Designated Linklater Voice Teacher, and a Certified teacher of the Knight-Thompson Speechwork.