Associate Professor of Acting, Voice, and Speech — Michigan State University
Contributions to IDEA:
Republic of the Congo 1
United States: California 10 | Colorado 7 | District of Columbia 2 | Florida 18 | Georgia 4 | Idaho 1 | Illinois 18 | Illinois 19 | Iowa 6 | Michigan 15 | Michigan 16 | Michigan 17 | Michigan 18 | Michigan 19 | Michigan 20 | Michigan 21 | Michigan 22 | Michigan 23 | Montana 2 | New Jersey 6 | New York 33 | New York 34 | Pennsylvania 11 | Pennsylvania 12 | Pennsylvania 13 | Tennessee 11 | Texas 20 | Texas 21 | Wisconsin 10 | Wisconsin 11 | Wyoming 6
Outside United States: Federal District (Mexico City) 3 | Puerto Rico 10 | Puerto Rico 11
Bio: Deric McNish is an associate professor of Acting, Voice, and Speech at Michigan State University, where he also serves as director of the BFA in Acting. He is a professional voice performer and voice and dialect coach. He earned a Ph.D from the University of Colorado Boulder and an MFA from Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Play House. He is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, AEA, and VASTA. Deric’s research focuses on inclusive approaches to professional actor training and performance techniques applied to English-language learning. He is the co-author of Drama in the Language Classroom (http://a.co/ax6K9pm).