Lynnae Lehfeldt

Lynnae Lehfeldt


     

Lynnae Lehfeldt
Assistant Professor of Theatre

Contact

lehfeldt2@oakland.edu
(248) 370-3321

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Lynnae Lehfeldt
, assistant professor, received her BA in Theatre and Film from the University of Kansas and her MFA from Wayne State University's Hilberry program. She has previously taught at Wayne State University, University of Michigan-Flint, University of Detroit-Mercy, and served as an assistant professor at Cental Michigan University. Ms. Lehfeldt has conducted workshops in vocal technique and Shakespeare for Western Kentucky, Ohio Wesleyan and Wayne State Universities. She is a member of the Voice and Speech Trainers Association, the Association of Theatre Movement Educators, the Association for Theatre in Higher Education, the Actors' Equity Association, the Screen Actors' Guild, the Theatre Communications Group, Drama League, and Who's Who in Fine Arts Higher Education.

Her professional work includes coaching as well as performing and directing. She has vocal- and dialect-coached for Meadow Brook Theatre, Jewish Ensemble Theatre, and the Michigan Shakespeare Festival. Her stage work at Meadow Brook Theatre includes: The Gravity of Honey, Romeo and Juliet, Of Mice and Men, Talking With, Murder on the Nile, A Christmas Carol, and Killing Time. She has been awarded a Theatre Excellence Award from the Detroit Free Press, numerous Best Dramatic Performance awards from the Oakland Press, and a Wilde Award nomination for last season's The Tale of the Allergist's Wife at the Jewish Ensemble Theatre.