Smith Center for the Arts G53
M.F.A. - Theatre (Specialization in Voice and Speech), Virginia Commonwealth University
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Renina Flores is an Assistant Professor of Voice and Diction in the Theatre, Dance and Film Department at Providence College where she is the Resident Vocal Coach. She is a graduate of Guildford School of Acting in Surrey, England. She has worked in theatre, voiceovers and television. Her credits include projects for GW Television, Reflexive Entertainment, and Discovery and the Learning Channel. Her vocal and dialect coaching credits include Lord of the Flies for Henley Street Theatre, My Fair Lady for Barksdale Theatre (co-dialect coach), Suddenly Last Summer for Richmond Triangle Players, Two Precious Maidens Ridiculed and Troy Women for Shafer Street Playhouse in Richmond and assistant vocal coaching for Les Liaisons Dangereuses, VCU Mainstage. Courses that Renina Flores teaches are Voice and Diction, Fundamentals of Public Speaking and Oral Interpretation.