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Finding Your Voice: Auditions, Practice, and Finding Your Own Path



About this Episode:

Perfect the art of auditing with LA’s rising voiceover star Isaac Robinson-Smith who has nabbed roles in Marvel Studios’ What If...? and Black Panther: War for Wakanda. Discover how new graduates can gain confidence through audition preparation, performer community vs competition, and finding relatable side-hustles that build toward a successful career.

About this Guest:

From Marvel's "What If...?" to Disneyland Park's NYE 2020 celebration, Isaac Robinson-Smith is the man of 1000 voices. Isaac's vocal versatility earned him roles with Dreamworks, NFL, Netflix, HBOMax, and Disney. Whether he's recording in a vocal booth, singing at Disneyland, or just practicing his much-requested Morgan Freeman impression, Isaac Robinson-Smith's voice is always entertaining someone.

About the Final Mile Club:

The Final Mile Club (FMC) prepares emerging artists, makers, performers, and designers for life after graduation. As a project by York University's School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD), FMC examines creatives unique challenges through conversations with prominent alumni and industry experts.

FMC is hosted by Dr. Sarah Bay-Cheng, Dean of AMPD and a Professor of Theatre & Performance Studies. Dr. Bay-Cheng’s research focuses on the intersections among theatre, performance, and media.