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Phil Timberlake

  • Head of Voice and Speech
  • MFA Virginia Commonwealth University
    BA Purdue University​​​
  • Performance
  • 773-325-7949

Phil​ is an Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework and holds a Diploma as a Roy Hart Theatre Voice Teacher. In 1996 Phil was an Annette Kade Fulbright Fellow to France, studying at the Centre Artistique International Roy Hart. Phil is an ensemble member of Lifeline Theatre where he has received three Non-Equity Jeff Nominations: for Pride & Prejudice (Best Supporting Actor – Play), Busman's Honeymoon (Best Supporting Actor- Play), and Queen Lucia (Best Supporting Actor- Musical). His adaptation of Jane Austen's Emma received Jeff Award nominations for Best Ensemble and Best Performer in a Supporting Role. Voice and dialect coaching credits include the Goodman Theatre (Gas for Less), Victory Gardens Theatre (Mies Julie, Sucker Punch), American Players Theatre (The Doctor's Dilemma) and First Folio Theatre (Romeo & Juliet, The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing, Taming of the Shrew). He is a member of VASTA (Voice and Speech Trainers Association) and SAG-AFTRA.​