Ottawa's Premier Acting School

for Theatre / Film / TV since 2013

ROBERT BOCKSTAEL - Voiceover Instructor
​Two-time Gemini Award nominee Robert Bockstael has been an actor, director, writer and producer for more than 30 years – with over 100 film and television credits to his name, including North of 60, The Newsroom, Nero Wolfe Mysteries, and Wind at My Back. An experienced stage actor, Robert was instrumental in the formation and growth of GCTC in the early years of the company and has performed in many premieres of Canadian plays. 


​Voiceover Workshop with Melinda Roy & Robert Bockstael

​By the end of this full day workshop, students will be familiar with radio, TV, promo and commercial copy, and will have had an opportunity to try their hand at the world of animation voiceover acting! This workshop will also cover the basics of working with the microphone, setting up a home studio, in addition to technical voice tips and useful industry information.  No experience required! Recorded on-site at The Acting Company!

Sunday, April 22
10:00AM - 4:00PM
The Acting Company Downtown
$115.00 + HST


Join us every month for a different workshop for actors of all levels... 

led by the region's leading directors and theatre artists! 

MELINDA ROY - Voiceover Instructor
Melinda has worked in the Canadian radio industry for over a decade and is currently part of the Bell Media team, which includes CFRA, TSN 1200, Country 94, MAJIC 100 and both local CTV stations. A Fanshawe College Radio Broadcasting graduate and Crystal award winner, she has also trained with Sears & Switzer in Toronto. Melinda's voice and production editing talents can be heard in Canada and around the world for companies like Ottawa Little Theatre, PODS, Navetti, BDO Canada and The Canadian Hunger Foundation. She has also produced sound designs for recent Ottawa plays such as Rumors (Ottawa Little Theatre, 2014), Detroit at The Gladstone (Plosive Productions, 2014), Glengarry Glen Ross at The Gladstone (Avalon Productions, 2014) and The Mousetrap (Ottawa Little Theatre 2014). Melinda is excited to be a part of The Acting Company team, and is looking forward to every silly voice each student throws her way.