Lynnae Lehfeldt | Breakout Session
Lynnae will be teaching a workshop entitled, "Trish Arnold Movement Work: Releasing Tension to Connect Mind, Body, and Breath."
Lynnae Lehfeldt is the associate professor of Voice and Movement at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. She received her BA in Theatre and Film from the University of Kansas and her MFA from Wayne State University's Hilberry program. Her professional work includes coaching as well as performing and directing. Lynnae has vocal and dialect coached for Meadow Brook Theatre, Jewish Ensemble Theatre, and the Michigan Shakespeare Festival. She has performed with Paul Rudd and Keegan-Michael Key and worked under the direction of Neil LaBute and Tony Award winner, Martin Platt. She has been awarded a Theatre Excellence Award from the Detroit Free Press, numerous Best Dramatic Performace awards from the Oakland Press, and a Wilde Award for her performance in The Tale of the Allergist's Wife at the Jewish Ensemble Theatre. Recently, Lynnae directed Laughter on the 23rd Floor for the Jewish Ensemble Theatre and Beanstalk the Musical! for the Wild Swan in Michigan. She is a member of the Voice and Speech Trainers Association, the Association of Theatre Movement Educators, the Association for Theatre in Higher Education, the Actors' Equity Association, the Screen Actors' Guild, the Theatre Communications Group, Drama League, and Who's Who in Fine Arts Higher Education.