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Children's Cartoon Voice Acting Workshops in Toronto


By Stephanie Ciccarelli

September 15, 2007

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Sunday MuseToday may be Saturday, but all of our VOX Daily email subscribers will receive this on Sunday...

How very apropos :)

Allow me introduce to you Sunday Muse, a voice actor and children's cartoon voice over coach based in Toronto, Ontario Canada.

This morning (Saturday), I received an email from a coach in Toronto, Sunday Muse.

Who is Sunday Muse?

Sunday Muses is a children's voice acting coach who teaches workshops for kids aged 8-12 for cartoon voice acting on Sundays.

Sunday Muse (yes, that IS her real name) has a strong voice acting, film, television and theatre background. Her youthful appearance is helpful for working with kids and one listen to her 10 years of voice over experience as presented in her voice over demo and animation voice acting work on TV leaves no doubt to her talent and energetic performance.

What voice acting work has Sunday Muse done?

Sunday™s voice can be heard on tons of cartoons including: œYam Roll as Minamiko/March Entertainment, œJane and the Dragon/ Nelvana, Undergrads, Time Warp Trio/Soup2nuts, Cheer Bear/Care Bear Movies/Nelvana, Totally Spies, 6Teen, Peep, Jo-Jo™s Circus, Mona the Vampire, DiGata Warriors, Rolie Polie Olie/Nelvana, Wumpas World, Roboroach, Pecola, the Click, Angela Anaconda, Cyberchase, Harry & his Bucket of Dinosaurs, Erky Perky, Odd Job Jack, Carl Squared, The Wumblers, Future is Wild and many more.

Sunday also coaches kids for a variety of popular cartoons including "Super Why!" airing this fall by the creators of the ever popular children's educational series, "Blues Clues".

When and where are the children's cartoon voice acting workshops?

Sunday's workshops run from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sundays and cost $195 (plus GST) per child to participate - this includes studio time. Kids will go home with a CD of their work from the class and also insider tips and hints to help them nail their next audition.

Sunday's next workshop runs on Sunday September 23rd at Clare Burt Studio located at 211 Yonge Street, 3rd Floor, and there are still some spaces available. She's noted that they tend to fill up quickly, so start talking about this at the dinner table now :)

If your child has always had a flair for the dramatic or is interested in using their voice to create characters like the ones they hear on their favourite TV programs, attending a workshop with Sunday may just be the ticket and get them on the road to stardom.

Here's how you can get a hold of Sunday:

Phone: 416-536-6071
Website: SundayMuse.com
Email: sundaymuse @ hotmail.com

Best wishes,


Image © SundayMuse.com

Related Topics: animation, cartoons, child, TV


    I was wondering if you have dubbed any Anime(s)...?

    Posted by:
    • Elisabeth Bennett
    • March 13, 2009 10:29 PM

      Also, When is your next class for teens, how much is it etc. ?

      Posted by:
      • Elisabeth Bennett
      • March 13, 2009 10:31 PM

        Sunday Muse is a wonderful person and teacher, I enjoyed learning from her very much. If you're looking for someone to learn from in Toronto, I'd go to her. She makes it fun and exciting, and I learned a lot from her!

        Posted by:
        • Nicole
        • April 6, 2009 7:59 PM

          Do you have any adult workshops

          Posted by:
          • Alan Edison
          • February 9, 2010 2:26 PM

            Hi Alan,

            I believe Sunday does teach adults voice over, too. You can contact her directly for more details via her website:


            Best wishes,


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