Andrea Haring is the Executive Director of The Linklater Center for Voice and Language in NYC. Broadway plays she recently coached are: Fool for Love (with Sam Rockwell), Wolf Hall (RSC), Disgraced, The Motherf****er With the Hat (Stephen Adly Guirgas), A Behanding in Spokane (Sam Rockwell), Private Lives (Kim Cattrall), and Reasons to be Pretty. Recent Off-Broadway includes: In the Blood (Russell G Jones, Signature Theater), Sell/Buy/Date (Sarah Jones, MTC), Lips Together, Teeth Apart (America Ferrera, Second Stage), John Gabriel Borkman (Alan Rickman, BAM). Andrea is currently on faculty at Fordham University and The New School MFA and BFA Acting programs, and has previously taught at Columbia University MFA Program, and Yale School of Drama. A member of the Labyrinth Theater Company, Andrea has given voice and text workshops for theater companies and acting programs in Germany, London, Ireland, Spain, Mexico, Italy and Iceland. Andrea is a Founding Member of Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, MA. In her corporate work Andrea has taught executive voice workshops for The World Economic Forum Global Fellows, Columbia Business School Senior Executive Program, NYU Law School faculty, BD Pharmaceuticals, Time Warner executives, theologians, and professionals of all disciplines who want freer, more expressive voices.