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Dialect Designer & Dramaturge
AMY STOLLER is resident dialect designer and frequent production dramaturge at Off-Broadway’s Mint Theater Company, where she has been helping casts suit words to actions since 1996. Other dramaturgy includes Karen Eterovich’s touring solo show Cheer from Chawton: A Jane Austen Family Theatrical, key linguistic research for a plot point in episode “911” of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Horton Foote’s The Traveling Lady, directed by Austin Pendleton at the Cherry Lane. Professional associations include Voice and Speech Trainers Association (Associate Officer), International Dialects of English Archive, The Shaw Project (Board of Advisors), League of Professional Theatre Women, Women in the Arts & Media Coalition, and Theater Resources Unlimited. Her writings appear in Voice and Speech Review, Mint Theater Co. programs, The New York Public Library Literature Companion, and Multimedia Hitchcock—an interactive computer program displayed during MoMA’s Hitchcock centenary celebration, and at other cinema studies institutions.
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