Caitlin Stegemoller

Caitlin is a voice teacher and coach and teaches multiple aspects of voice performance. She originally trained in Musical Theatre (BFA The University of Arizona) and holds an MFA in Voice Studies from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Caitlin works on the BA Musical Theatre Course at ArtsEd and the BA Acting Course at LAMDA, in addition to keeping a private practice coaching actors, singers, and voice users in any profession.


Some of her voice teaching and coaching credits include: The Young Vic, CleanBreak, Trinity Laban, The Maltings Theatre, The Bridge House Theatre, LAMDA, ALRA, ArtsEd, Rose Bruford, Mountview (London), Antaeus Theatre, Center Theatre Group (Los Angeles).


Caitlin is American and specializes in coaching dialects of the United States- working privately with clients on self-tapes and productions. Caitlin is a currently on track to become a Designated Linklater Teacher and is particularly interested in trauma-informed pedagogy.


Voice work is not limited to aiding in thoughtful communication, it has the capacity to enrich the whole of our person. My goal is to facilitate sessions that encourage curiosity and self-discovery – helping you reach what you aim to achieve.


Areas of Expertise: Linklater voice, voice work for singers, trauma-informed voice work, American accent coaching and acquisition, self-tape coaching.