Nick Curnow is a visiting voice and dialect coach from Sydney, Australia. He graduated from Theatre Nepean (UWS) (2002), University of New England (2006), and NIDA (2007). As a dialect specialist he has coached productions for some of Sydney’s major theatre companies including Company B, Opera Australia and the Ensemble Theatre, as well as Darlinghurst Theatre Company, Red Line and the New Theatre.
Recent coaching credits: Include Blonde Poison (Australian premiere, Sydney Opera House), Grounded (QTC), Lip Service, A History of Falling Things, e-baby, Good People, Mothers and Sons, and John Misto’s Dark Voyager, Dry Land, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Blink, Vincent River, Disco Pigs, Belleville, When the Rain Stops Falling, and Orphans.
Film/TV: Includes Rip Tide, The School, Outback, Wild Woman, Underbelly, Distance, Sea Patrol, and The Slap.
Nick teaches for NIDA’s Open Program, AFTT, Federation University, NSW Department of Education’s Arts Unit, and regularly engages in private tuition with some of Australia’s most well known and loved performers.