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Zach Campion is a born and bred Texan that relocated to the DC area in 2013. He works with a wide range of clients from actors and business professionals to theatre companies and universities. Zach holds a Master's of Fine Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University where he studied voice and speech pedagogy under the guidance of Janet Rodgers. Prior to his graduate training, he studied under Melissa Grogan at Texas State University where he earned his Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Performance and Production. Zach is a certified teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® and is a member of the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory faculty in Washington, DC. His teaching style is rather eclectic and draws on the concepts and exercises of Kristin Linklater, Arthur Lessac, Patsy Rodenberg, Cicely Berry, Frankie Armstrong, Janet Rodgers, Dudley Knight, Phil Thompson and many more. Zach puts a strong emphasis on the intersection of technology and experiential classroom learning.
Some notable DC Theatre credits include coaching dialect for Hand to God* (nominated for 6 Helen Hayes awards), Chimerica, Terminus*, and Between Riverside and Crazy at Studio Theatre, Smart People at Arena Stage, the world premiere of The Gulf* at Signature Theatre, Dial M for Murder and Sweeney Todd at Olney Theatre Center, Angels in America Part’s 1 and 2* co-produced by Olney Theatre and RoundHouse Theatre and My Fair Lady at Olney Theatre Center.