Patricia Delorey is a Certified Associate Fitzmaurice Voicework Teacher with an M.F.A. in Voice and Speech from the Moscow Art Theatre/American Repertory Theatre Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University. She has taught voice at the Moscow Art Theatre School in Russia, the University of Bologna in Italy, Texas State University, and was an instructor of Voice and Teaching Skills at Harvard's Bok Center for Teaching and Learning. Recently, Patricia published in VASTA’s Voice and Speech Review, with co-author Dr. Debra Charlton: “Negotiating the Corpus Callosum: A Whole-Brain Approach to Teaching Shakespeare”. Patricia has worked extensively as a voice and dialect coach including Bonnie & Clyde directed by Jeff Calhoun, 12 Angry Men directed by Frank Galati, Phaedra 4.48 directed by Robert Woodruff, Studio Six’s production of Plasticine directed by Dmitry Troyanovsky at the Baryshnikov Center, Saturday Night Fever for Royal Caribbean International Cruises, and the world premieres of Steven Drukman’s The Innocents, and Adam Rapp’s Nocturne directed by Marcus Stern.