Gail Springer coaches individuals and performing arts groups in a
wide range of skills related to voice, music and acting.  She works
creatively with conductors, directors, singers and actors to achieve their artistic goals. 

In private or ensemble sessions, she can maximize your performing effectiveness with simple but dramatic adjustments to your stage presence, movement, dynamics, interpretation, focus, or vocal technique.

Gail coaches singing and acting auditions, including working closely with actors to select and prepare appropriate 16 bar, 32 bar, and full song audition materials.

Gail draws on her training and experience as a coach and music director for over forty plays and musicals. 

Tooth of Crime, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Chicago, Cabaret, Urinetown, Happy End, West Side Story, Cabaret, The Musical Importance of Being Earnest, Into the Woods,
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Dames at Sea, Animal
Crackers, I Hate Hamlet, Good, Assassins, On The Town, Over Here, Babes in Arms, She Loves Me, Pal Joey, Sweet Charity, Anything Goes.
The Wedding Singer, Bat Boy: The Musical, The Apple Tree, The Baker’s Wife, The Wedding Singer, Reasons to Be Pretty, Circle Mirror Transformation, Little Shop of Horrors, Once on this Island, Middletown, Spring Awakening, Some Girls, very still & hard to see, and Heathers the Musical

Hamlet, Noises Off, Macbeth, The Rivals, Good Night Desdemona, Good Morning Juliet, Blythe Spirit, Our Country’s Good, The Musical Importance of Being Earnest, You Can’t Take It With You, The Three Sisters, As You Like It, Dracula, Lend Me A Tenor, The Triumph of Love, The Diary of Anne Frank, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Fiddler on the Roof, Good, The Learned Ladies, The Skin of Our Teeth, Skin of Our Teeth, A Chorus Line, A Shayna Maidel.