Tanera Marshall

TaneraMarshall  Associate Editor, Native American dialects

 

Contributions to IDEA:
Alberta 1 | Alberta 2 | Alaska 1 | Alaska 2 | Alaska 3 | Alaska 4 Bulgaria 3 | California 7 | California 8 | California 9 | England 68 | Jamaica 2 | Michigan 14 | New Mexico 2 | New Mexico 3 | New Mexico 4 | Trinidad 1 | Trinidad 2 | Trinidad 3 | Virginia 7 | Virginia 8 | Virginia 9 |

Bio: Tanera Marshall is Associate Professor (Voice and Speech) at the University of Illinois at Chicago. A certified Fitzmaurice Voicework® Teacher, Tanera trained at Depaul’s Theatre School (MFA) and Oberlin College (BA). Voice, speech, and dialect credits include film, TV, and theatre. Major motion picture: Divergent, Insurgent, Black Hat, Public Enemies, The Immigrant, The Lucky Ones, Lay the Favorite, and Toys in the Attic. Television: NBC’s Chicago Fire, ABC’s Betrayal, and the upcoming series Zoo (CBS) and Kingmakers (ABC). National Tours: Billy Elliot and Dirty Dancing. Regional theatre: King Lear, Hamlet, Macbeth, The Misanthrope, A Christmas Carol, The Oresteia, Balm in Gilead, The Kentucky Cycle, Elmina’s Kitchen, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Pitmen Painters. She is a recipient of the prestigious UIC University Scholars Award (2014–2017).