Youth VO Program: 9th-12th Grade

Starts Monday, June 19, 2023

9:00 AM-3:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)


Class Sessions: 6/19/2023, 6/20/2023, 6/21/2023, 6/22/2023, 6/23/2023

Class Description

Explore the fun and challenging world of voice acting for cartoons and commercials! Many talent agents in the Bay Area are in need of young actors skilled at voice acting in commercials and animation. So whether you're brand new to voice over or have been doing it since you were 5 years old, this class is your chance to grow your skills and have fun!

Any Level — Youth

No prior acting experience is required - all experience levels are welcome to attend! Students must be in or entering grades 9-12.

In-Person Class

This class is held at Voice One in San Francisco.

Class Size

Class size is limited to 12 students


Cost: $495.00

Spaces Remaining: 5



Voice One San Francisco

414 Jackson Street
Suite 202
San Francisco, CA 94111

Instructor: Sally Clawson; Clay Robeson

Sally Clawson believes the skill of voice over requires good acting, technique, knowledge of the business, and a sense of play. Her teaching weaves all of these skills in a balanced and focused progression that will develop a highly competitive actor. She is engaging, generous and direct because she focuses on the student and what their voice and individuality bring to the art.

Clay Robeson has been performing and teaching improvisation for over 20 years. Whether it’s for the stage, the corporate world, or as an avenue to more organic character creation and storytelling, he believes the end goal is always to learn to trust yourself and the people around you. Currently, with the help of Voice One’s amazing faculty, he is exploring how improvisation can help Voice Actors with auditions, in the booth, and with overcoming other obstacles. Clay has worked and taught with Boston’s Improv Asylum, San Francisco’s Un-Scripted Theater Company, Moment Improv Theatre, and 42nd Street Moon's Moon School youth theater program along with various other improv casts around the country. Clay has delivered workshops geared towards all age ranges for aspiring improvisors from 50th Birthday Party groups to Girl Scout troops to High School robotics clubs. He also tours improv festivals with Bookends, a two-person improvised musical inspired by Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years.


SAG-AFTRA, California's Labor laws, and the Krekorian Talent Scam Prevention Act state that casting workshops are allowed under the law but cannot offer auditions or employment as part of their services. By registering for a class taught by a talent agent, casting director, producer, or actor who hires talent, you are fully aware that it is not a job interview or audition. By attending a class through a Talent Training and Counseling Service, you further understand that the intent of the class is solely educational.