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Texas Voiceover
Education and Networking Events

Here you will find a list of current voiceover workshops, classes, events and workouts. You can select by location (category) and type (beginner, intermediate, animation, business, etc.)

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Apr
6
Mon
Intro To Voiceover @ online via Zoom
Apr 6 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Join us for a beginner voiceover workshop presented by Lone Star VO.
Part 1: Intro to VO: Business
Date: 4/6/20
Time: 8-10pm
Cost: $39
Part 1 of our “Intro to VO” series. Do you know what it takes to make voiceover a full time job? Find out what it takes to turn your voice acting “hobby” into a real career! Learn about different genres, agents, home studios, demos, coaching, branding and common mistakes to avoid when you are getting started in voiceover.
Part 2: Intro to VO: Performance
Date: 4/7/20
Time: 8-10pm
Cost: $39
Part 2 of our “Intro to VO” series. Now that you know about all the different genres available in voiceover, let’s take some time to explore how to read for each of those genres. We’ll learn the difference between an announcery automotive read, a conversational TV ad, an educational eLearning read and many more! Students will get a chance to read scripts and be directed in this performance based workshop.
Intro to VO: Bundle! Take both classes for only $59
About your instructor: Lindsay Sheppard has been a voice actress for nearly 20 years working all sides of the voiceover industry, from anime and games to commercials and narration and even working side by side with her husband to run The Sheppard Agency, a national voiceover talent agency. She is also the founder of Lone Star VO, a community and education resource for Texas based voice talent. Throughout her career, she has voiced over a hundred characters and thousands of commercials and narrations for companies like Disney, Nintendo, Google, Microsoft, Coca Cola and more.
Apr
7
Tue
Intro To Voiceover @ online via Zoom
Apr 7 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Join us for a beginner voiceover workshop presented by Lone Star VO.
Part 1: Intro to VO: Business
Date: 4/6/20
Time: 8-10pm
Cost: $39
Part 1 of our “Intro to VO” series. Do you know what it takes to make voiceover a full time job? Find out what it takes to turn your voice acting “hobby” into a real career! Learn about different genres, agents, home studios, demos, coaching, branding and common mistakes to avoid when you are getting started in voiceover.
Part 2: Intro to VO: Performance
Date: 4/7/20
Time: 8-10pm
Cost: $39
Part 2 of our “Intro to VO” series. Now that you know about all the different genres available in voiceover, let’s take some time to explore how to read for each of those genres. We’ll learn the difference between an announcery automotive read, a conversational TV ad, an educational eLearning read and many more! Students will get a chance to read scripts and be directed in this performance based workshop.
Intro to VO: Bundle! Take both classes for only $59
About your instructor: Lindsay Sheppard has been a voice actress for nearly 20 years working all sides of the voiceover industry, from anime and games to commercials and narration and even working side by side with her husband to run The Sheppard Agency, a national voiceover talent agency. She is also the founder of Lone Star VO, a community and education resource for Texas based voice talent. Throughout her career, she has voiced over a hundred characters and thousands of commercials and narrations for companies like Disney, Nintendo, Google, Microsoft, Coca Cola and more.
Apr
18
Sat
*POSTPONED* Animation & Video Game Performance Workshop w/Lindsay Sheppard & Steph Lynn Robinson @ Space Rehearsal and Recording Studio
Apr 18 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

******************In an effort to help with Social Distancing for COVID-19, this workshop has been postponed.  We will reschedule when things are clear!**********

Master your animation & video game performance skills and get experience on the mic in this intensive performance based workshop for all skill levels, taught by industry experts Lindsay Sheppard & Steph Lynn Robinson.
We will be discussing the differences in performance between animation vs video games, anime vs pre-lay, preschool vs school age, cartoony vs sitcom, HOPA vs Mocap, action vs horror and many more. We’ll also discuss different terms that you might come across in session as well as protecting your voice during intense voiceover sessions.
Come prepared to work as each student will be directed on how to give it your all on the mic!
Cost: $249
Use code EARLYBIRD to save $50 if you book by April 1st!
To reserve your spot go to
and select Animation & Video Game Performance Workshop – ATX
If you have questions, email lonestarvo@gmail.com
About your instructors:
Lindsay Sheppard has been a voice actress for nearly 20 years working all sides of the voiceover industry, from anime and games to commercials and narration and even working side by side with her husband to run The Sheppard Agency, a national voiceover talent agency. She is also the founder of Lone Star VO, a community and education resource for Texas based voice talent. Throughout her career, she has voiced over a hundred characters and thousands of commercials and narrations for companies like Disney, Nintendo, Google, Microsoft, Coca Cola, Hooters and more. In the animation, anime and gaming worlds she is known as Saphron Cotta-Arc in RWBY, Mera in Epithet Erased, Kalos Queen Aria, in the long running anime series, Pokemon; as well as the lovable halfling bard, companion/narrator Linzi in the epic CRPG game Pathfinder: Kingmaker. Other notable roles include Agent Caila Phoenix in LEGO Ultra Agents, Aardwolf in Kemono Friends, Jimmy Amy & The Lux 5000 in Awesomenauts, Amaterasu/Innocent Princess Prim/Queen Magnus the Black/Onion Patch/all 3 Raven Vampires/Dazzling Archer/Adept Thief/Mugnier Purifying Light in Shadowverse, Barrage/Mistress of Arms in Heroes of Newerth, Sandbot/Kidbot in Vacation Simulator, Shita in B’t X Neo, Meguhime in Actors: Songs Connection and various zombies in Zombie Panic Source Contagion. She also has upcoming roles in Fairfail, League of Maidens, Ice Scream 3 and more!
Steph Lynn Robinson is an award-nominated voiceover actress best known for her animation work. Having worked on both sides of the glass—as a performer and on the production side—Steph Lynn has a unique perspective on what makes an audition pop! She has recorded nearly a hundred episodes of animated television. She is also a regular contributor to Backstage Magazine’s ‘Expert Advice’ column on all things VO. She has provided the voice of Priscilla in Freaktown (Teletoon/Cartoon Network), both Ping and Chachi in Julius Jr. (Nick Jr.), Zoom Shine in Cirque-Du-Soleil: Luna Petunia (Saban/Netflix), Twins Kelly & Kelli in Looped (Teletoon/Amazon Prime), Badoomcha in Space Bacon (YTV), and numerous roles on Super Why! (PBSKids) and Little Charmers (Nick Jr.) She voiced the reindeer Dancer as well as a few other characters in the Holiday Film Elliot the Littlest Reindeer, staring Josh Hutcherson and alongside John Cleese, Martin Short, and Samantha Bee. Steph Lynn has been nominated for 5 consecutive Voice Arts™ Awards for “Outstanding TV Animation – Best Voiceover” (2015-2017) as well as “Outstanding Animation Demo Reel” (2014) by the Society Of Voice Arts & Sciences (SOVAS™) in Los Angeles, CA.