AMY STOLLER - dialect designer, Dramaturg
AMY STOLLER has provided dialect design, often with dramaturgy, for over 30 productions at the Mint Theater Company, for several productions for La Femme, and for Karen Eterovich’s popular touring production, Cheer from Chawton, which Amy also co-directed.
Since 2007 she has served as dialect coach on many projects with Anna Deavere Smith, including Notes from the Field, for which Amy’s work was singled out for praise by the Times’s chief critic Ben Brantley.
She works regularly as a production dialect designer on New York, regional, and touring productions, including the Broadway hit Beautiful (Tony Award, Jessie Mueller as Carole King).
Screen credits include Selma (NAACP Image Award, Carmen Ejogo as Coretta Scott King); Notes from the Field (HBO); Mozart in the Jungle; Nurse Jackie; Let Me Down Easy (PBS); London Wall (PBS); YoungArts MasterClass (HBO); Dora the Explorer; and linguistic research for Law & Order: SVU, episode “911.”
Voice and Speech Trainers Association (Officer)
Literary Managers & Dramaturgs of the Americas
League of Professional Theatre Women
International Dialects of English Archive (Associate Editor)
Theater Resources Unlimited