Speaking with Influence: How to Identify, Strengthen and Power Your Voice

September 27
through November 15


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If you're struggling to feel present, especially as we transition between online and in-person workspaces, look no further. This class will help to locate your unique connectedness, bringing together an honest approach to media training, speaking, and presentation.

As a Registered Rodenburg Teacher (RRT), Arielle uses body, breath, and speech techniques to identify and empower your authentic voice. Using the foundation of Rodenburg exercises, you will discover and release the tension that holds your vocal power back. You will learn to speak with more clarity, articulation, and confidence, and develop your presence in the most important dialogues of your career.


Arielle Haller-Silverstone is a New York City and Hamptons based voice, speech, media coach, as well as an award-winning actor and writer. She is also the owner of Ari’s Closet, a curated consignment store, with locations in Southampton Village, New York City, and Westchester.

As a coach, Arielle has worked with executives from a wide range of industries; including PR/marketing, finance, tech, and international law. She has also coached actors for stage, screen, and voiceover, including a 2019 Olivier Award nominee; in addition to her work on productions for Emmy and Tony-Award winners.

As an actress and writer, her first short film, Sac de Merde, screened at over 225 film festivals around the world, winning more than 75 awards. She is currently in prep for the feature film, Love…Reconsidered, which she wrote about running a consignment store in the Hamptons. The film is slated to shoot in the Fall of 2021 out East. She currently splits her time between Southampton and the city, but can always be seen with her pup, Reba.
For more information, please visit www.sellwithari.com and www.ariellehallersilverstone.com.


The following protocols* will be in place for the safety of all staff, attendees, and visitors:

  • Proof of vaccination will be required upon entry.

  • Face coverings are required by all individuals on the premises at all times.

  • Routine cleaning and disinfecting, especially of all performance and shared spaces.

  • Bar services are unavailable, and no food or beverage will be permitted at this time.

*Protocols may be adjusted to reflect best practices for in-person theatrical performances as informed by NYS and CDC guidance.

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