“Liz Caplan’s skill with singers & actors is unparalleled. What makes me a huge fan & devoted supporter is how she integrates the voice with the full body. She teaches full-body singing to wholly realize the vocal potential of her students, unleashing the best sound each specific person can create.”
- Michael Arden
RECENT PRESS
The Voice, the Moves, the Hair! Tina: The Tina Turner Musical Star Adrienne Warren on Playing the Queen of Rock & Roll in London
Check out this Broadway.com article featuring Liz's student, Adrienne Warren, currently starring as the iconic Tina Turner in London!
Billboard on Broadway Podcast: Behind the Scenes of Stage & Screen With Vocal Coach Liz Caplan
Liz was recently featured on a "Billboard on Broadway" Podcast with Rebecca Milzoff! Click here to read/listen
How Broadway’s Most In-Demand Vocal Coach Kept Ben Platt, Neil Patrick Harris, and More Healthy
Click here to read a featured Playbill article discussing Liz's technique (and even get a sneak peek at some of her warm ups!)
How Vocal Coach Liz Caplan Makes Both Hollywood and Broadway Sing
Click here to read Liz's featured interview in Variety Magazine, about the magic that goes on within the studio!
Watch the Cast of SpongeBob SquarePants Ring in the New Year with a ‘Bikini Bottom Day’
Liz's long time student, and current star of the Broadway musical SpongeBob SquarePants, Ethan Slater, sang a number of the hit musical on Good Morning America yesterday! Click here to watch! 
Hugh Jackman leads The Greatest Showman cast in strong live outing
Click here to watch The Greatest Showman in a live action ad that aired during A Christmas Story Live!!
Why Hugh Jackman Hated His Own Voice Until The Greatest Showman
Catch The Greatest Showman in theaters today! Click here to read an interview about Hugh's thoughts on the process, and the recording!
The Ultimate Guide to Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’
Happy holidays from all of us here at Liz Caplan Vocal Studios!! Click here to read a Billboard article featuring Liz's thoughts on this beautiful and iconic holiday song.
Greatest Showman: Interview with Star Hugh Jackman
the_greatest_showman_3_jackman-768x511   Below is an excerpt from an interview with Hugh Jackman, award-winning star of the upcoming 20th Century Fox production, The Greatest Showman, discussing his experience with the film. Click here to read the full article. (photo credits: 20th Century Fox)   Live Singing  HJ: I am more comfortable singing live than in a recording studio, but I’ve spent hours in the recording studio.  We even built a recording studio during our 10 week rehearsal process so that if at any point anyone felt comfortable to go and sing, we’d just go up and record.  I have no idea how many takes those poor engineers have gone through, but, you know, I worked with Liz Caplan, a different singing teacher, to get a slightly different style because we cross over between a pop world and a theatre world.  It’s somewhere in between and we wanted the style to reflect that and it is a lot more work than you think.
NPR: Stephen Colbert: A ‘Company’ Man On Broadway
Click here to read one of NPR's most memorable conversations from their segment "Fresh Air" in 2011. Stephen Colbert discusses his experience in 'Company,' as well as how the steps taken to prepare for it changed some of his views on the voice.
Actors rise to the new challenges that came with ‘Coco’
Co-star of Pixar's new film, 'Coco,' Benjamin Bratt, talks about his experience preparing for this role in this SaukValley article. Click here to read about the process the actor went through to find his voice.
Taran Killam Says ‘There Was Never Any Common Ground’ When Trump Hosted ‘SNL’
Click here to read an NPR interview with former SNL cast member, and recent 'King George" in Hamilton, Taran Killam, discuss SNL, and his transition to theater from live TV
In Memoriam: Chris Jackson Pays Tribute to Dearly Departed Television Greats
Click here to watch an outstanding performance by our own Tony-Nominated Chris Jackson, as he pays tribute to those we've loved and lost this year in television: 2017 Emmys
See Miss Saigon’s Eva Noblezada & Rachelle Ann Go Sing Breathtaking Verson of ‘The Movie in My Mind’
Click here to watch these two powerhouse women sing this beautiful, and iconic song from Miss Saigon
Taran Killam Shares His Guide to Midtown Manhattan
Click here to read a hilarious interview with comedian and actor , Taran Killam, as he takes us tour of some of his favorite places in Midtown Manhattan
Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Rachelle Ann Go of MISS SAIGON
Click here to watch Broadway.com's #LiveatFive segment featuring an interview with actress (and one of Liz's students,) Rachelle Ann Go!
BWW Interview: Ana Gasteyer of I’M HIP at Performing Arts Center
Click here to read a Broadway World interview with Ana Gasteyer!
THIS is how grateful I am to Liz Caplan for being by my side (and in my ear) during my epic recording
Click here to watch one of Liz's favorite clips with her dear student, Debra Messing, right after one of her recordings
10 Things You May Not Know: James Monroe Iglehart of ‘Aladdin’
Check out this interview with 2014 Tony Winner, James Monroe Iglehart, now currently starring as Thomas Jefferson in Hamilton!   The key to being Genie The challenge of the role is that it’s very vigorous. It’s like being shot out of a cannon. Once you are on stage you are on and you are constantly at a high-energy pace from the moment you start and I have to keep myself well hydrated, I have to get lots of sleep. I have to make sure my voice is well-rested, but also warmed up. The main thing is just the wear and tear of doing it every single night at that high of a pace. I have a wonderful vocal coach, named Liz Caplan, who I go see every Thursday and she’s wonderful. She makes sure that my voice stays the way it is and my muscles in my voice stay the way they are. I make sure that I am on a high protein diet because I’m a bigger guy, so I have to stay big because it’s kind of fun watching a big guy do a cartwheel. Watching a skinny guy do a cartwheel, you’re not really that impressed and I’ve got to make sure I have tons of water in me. Make sure I get at least 7 and a half hours of sleep, 8 is what I would really like, but if I can get 7 and a half I’ll take that. Also, I do my best to get to the gym at least twice a week. What I mean by that is I’m on a bike, I am not a muscle gym rat, but I like to get on the bike and do my stuff. I also say my lines and stuff on the bike. Also, I do “Friend Like Me” in my head every single night before I do a show. I do a mock version of it in my dressing room every night before the show just to keep myself fresh to know what I’m going to do.
The Heat is On: Meet Eva Noblezada, the star of ‘Miss Saigon’
Click here to read an interview with the star of Miss Saigon, Tony Nominee Eva Noblezada!
How a 23-Year-Old With Mild Anxiety and a Charmed Life Became the Lying, Sobbing, Lovesick Toast of Broadway
Click here to read about a day in the life of 2017 TONY WINNER Ben Platt, including a dressing room warm up with Liz Caplan!
EPISODE 7: American Dream: Backstage at MISS SAIGON with Eva Noblezada
The next installment of this TONY NOMINATED actress's vlog arrives, featuring Liz Caplan herself, as well as her little pup, Grayson (4:25)! Click here to watch!
American Dream: Backstage at MISS SAIGON with Eva Noblezada
Click here to watch Episode 6 of Broadway.com's American Dream vlog. Watch leading lady Eva Noblezada as she takes you backstage on Miss Saigon, and her daily life!
Not So Impossible! Watch Ben Platt and Laura Dreyfuss Perform ‘Only Us’ and More from Dear Evan Hansen
Click here to watch Liz's students, Ben Platt and Laura Dreyfuss, perform 'Only Us' from the smash Broadway hit, Dear Evan Hansen!!
‘Dear Evan Hansen’: Theater Review
Here is the Hollywood Reporter's spectacular review of 'Dear Evan Hansen,' which notes Ben's noteworthy vocal technique! Click here to read
Off Script: How Denee Benton Survives All Those Stairs in ‘Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812’
Click here to read the Hollywood Reporter article on Denee Benton, and how she manages to sing so beautifully  while maneuvering around the many staircases of Great Comet's set!   You’re in nearly every number. How do you manage? This is the hardest thing I’ve ever done, vocally and emotionally. I’ve been training with the voice teacher Liz Caplan, and Dr. Lucian Sulica at Weill Cornell Med has been monitoring my vocal folds. Plus, lots of physical therapy. It’s a marathon, and that’s without all the stairs. While rehearsing, a lot of the stairs were just different colors of tape diagrammed on the floor, so most of the planning was finished during tech week. So I started seeing a speech pathologist and we’d do the vocal exercises in the stairwell of the building, just to get my body used to breathing, singing and running at the same time. The first few weeks, I certainly felt like I got hit by a bus at all times, but I can now finish a show and be okay.
Laverne Cox on Finding Her Voice for The Rocky Horror Picture Show & Her Dream Stage Roles
Just in time for Halloween, and the reboot of Rocky Horror Picture Show, Laverne Cox chats with Broadway World about finding her voice for this iconic character. Click here to check it out!
What’s it really like to be on tour?
Eric Hutchinson describes a day in the life on tour for his album, "Pure Fiction,"  in this great blog! Click here to read.
Eric Hutchinson’s Success is Anything but “Pure Fiction”
Click here to read an interview with Eric Hutchinson as he discusses his process of songwriting, singing, and ultimately, his success.
From David Bowie, “Lazarus” Rises
Click here to read a review of the recent production of David Bowie's Lazarus at the New York Theater Workshop.
This Book (And Score and Lyrics) Changed Her Life
Click here to read about how Tony Award Winner Nikki M. James pursued the American Dream and how starring in Book of Mormon on Broadway changed her life.
Ben Platt, From ‘Pitch Perfect’ to an Anxious Teen on Stage
'Pitch Perfect' and Book of Mormon star, Ben Platt, discusses his current role in Dear Evan Hansen at Second Stage, including preparation during a vocal lesson with Liz! Click here to read!
2013 Tony Awards: Neil Patrick Harris Opening Number
Click here to watch the absolutely gorgeous opening number from the 2013 Tony Awards by Neil Patrick Harris, and coached by Liz!
Neil Patrick Harris- “Sugar Daddy” at the 2014 Tony Awards
Click here to watch Neil Patrick Harris' performance of Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the 2014 Tony Awards!
Neil Patrick Harris and Hugh Jackman duet at the 2011 Tony Awards
Click here to watch two of Liz's students perform a gem of a duet together at the 2011 Tony Awards!
Michael C Hall and The Cast of “Lazarus” Perform
Click here to watch Liz's student, Michael C. Hall, perform a number from David Bowie's musical, Lazarus, on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert!!
Laughs, Tears and Wizardry: Behind the Scenes of ‘The Wiz Live’s’ Final Dress Rehearsal
Variety takes a backstage peek at the final dress rehearsal of "The Wiz Live!" Click here to read about the wonderful cast and amazing process behind the scenes!
John Cameron Mitchell 2015 Special Tony Award Acceptance Speech
Click here to watch Hedwig co-writer and star, John Cameron Mitchell, accept the Special Tony Award at the 2015 ceremony!
The Secrets to How Broadway Stars Power Through Colds, Flu and Fatigue
Playbill interviews Liz Caplan, Ramin Karimloo, Melissa Errico and more to discuss techniques to work through sickness while performing. Definitely a useful read during allergy season! Click here to read more
Broadway Vocal Coach Uses Special Techniques to Prepare Stars for Big Roles
Check out this segment with Liz recently featured on NY1! Click here to watch and to hear testimonials from a few of her clients, including Ben Platt, and Allison Williams!
How Neil Patrick Harris Is Preparing For The Oscars
Neil Patrick Harris tells Buzzfeed about his preparation for hosting the 87th Annual Academy Awards, including his day-of vocal lesson with Liz Caplan! Click here to read more!
John Cameron Mitchell Wants to “F**k Up Broadway” In Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Click here to read an interview with Hedwig's co-writer and current star, John Cameron Mitchell, where he discusses his return to the iconic role. (And his hopes for eventually crowd surfing at the Belasco Theater!)
A Revealing Look at the Broadway Musical Side Show from One of Its Stars
Click Here to check out an interview with Emily Padgett from Side Show where she discusses her experiences with the show, and pre-show rituals with her co-star, Erin Davie.
Broadway Up Close: Your Backstage Pass
Click here to take a sneak peak into a vocal lesson with Liz Caplan as she teaches Michael C Hall, currently starring in Hedwig and The Angry Inch.
What’s It Like To Be Neil Patrick Harris? He Gives You Options
Neil Patrick Harris' new memoir describes the surprising twists and turns of his life and career, from becoming a child actor to starring in two hit TV shows to winning a Tony. Click here to read more!
Take A Look Back… Past Tony Winners Praise Caplan
Click here to watch Nikki M James accept the Tony  Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for Book Of Mormon Click here to watch Patina Miller of Pippin accepting a Tony Award during the 2013 Tony ceremony for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical
First Photo! See Allison WIlliams as Peter Pan
Here's the first look of Allison Williams as Peter Pan in this photo from NBC's upcoming telecast of "Peter Pan Live!" Liz will be the vocal consultant to Allison Williams on this production. Click here to read more!
Celebrating a Film About a Film
Read here how Amanda Seyfried turned from innocent Cosette in "Les Miserables" to porn star, Linda Lovelace.
Neil Patrick Harris backstage at the 2014 Tony Awards
After the Tony winners give their acceptance speeches, they usually stop by the press room to pose for photos and do interviews. Click here to see what this celebrity Tony winner had to say.
Tonys: How the ‘Hedwig’ Team Turned Neil Patrick Harris Into a Bona Fide Rock Star
Click here to read how the entire 'Hedwig' team turned Neil Patrick Harris into a bona fide rock star!
Neil Patrick Harris on Hedwig, Dressing Rooms, and Getting All That Glitter Off Every Night
Hedwig star, Neil Patrick Harris, talks to Vulture about his transformation into the punk rock star. Read it here!
Neil Patrick Harris: Actor, Singer, Dad
Trading one character (a buff womanizer) for quite another (a lipstick-and-stiletto-wearing transgender singer) is no easy task, especially when both roles are fan favorites. Just ask TV, film, and theater star Neil Patrick Harris...
Neil Patrick Harris, Stephen Colbert & cast perform “Sorry/Grateful”- Company (2011)
Watch the cast of Company perform "Sorry/Grateful" featuring Neil Patrick Harris and Stephen Colbert. Click here to watch the full video.
Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon “Somewhere Out There”
Click here to watch Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon perform "Somewhere Out There"
Liz Caplan teaching the Broadway Company of ONCE
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Booking It! Broadway, Film and Recording Industry Go-To Vocal Coach Liz Caplan
Playbill.com's new feature series Booking It asks leading industry members to share professional insights, need-to-know tips and essential tricks of the trade for up-and-coming and established theatre artists. This week we speak with Liz Caplan, the veteran vocal coach and teacher who has guided her students to Tony Award-winning success. Click here to read the full article.
What It Takes to Train a Broadway Star
Acting coaches, vocal trainers … yoga instructors? You might be surprised by how many experts it takes to create a Broadway success story; we reveal the cast of coaches behind every performer -- and the time it takes to turn out a star. Click here to read more!  
10 Questions for a Broadway Pro: The voice teacher to the stars
Click here to read an interview with Liz Caplan about being a Broadway Pro!
John Gallagher Jr. On ‘Newsroom’ Dialogue And Staging Green Day (NPR)
John Gallagher speaks a bit about his work with Liz on American Idiot: In HBO's The Newsroom, John Gallagher Jr. plays Jim Harper, the senior producer of the nightly cable news program anchored by Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels). The show's second season, which began in July, takes place in 2012 during the presidential primaries. Ever since the start of the series, Gallagher's character has been in a will-they-or-won't-they relationship with one of the young producers of the news show. Right now, it's looking to him like they won't, and in an attempt to get away from the woman who's broken his heart, he's decided to go on the campaign trail and report from the Mitt Romney bus. But he soon discovers there's nothing to report, just repetitive stump speeches and daily spin delivered by Romney campaign aides on the bus. In a recent episode, Jim tried to get some real answers out of the aides, and ended up getting thrown off the bus.... Click here for the full article!
Liz appears on CNN – Watch the Video!
Liz Caplan appeared on CNN, discussing Beyonce's Anthem.  Click here to watch!
Article about Liz Caplan in BlackBook
This BlackBook Magazine article looks at the "Voice Behind the Voices" of Stephen Colbert and Neil Patrick Harris.  Click here to read!
Liz Caplan’s students win the coveted Tony Award for three years in a row!
In 2011, Nikki M. James for Book of Mormon (Best features actress)
In 2012, Steve Kazee for Once (Best Actor)
In 2013, Patina Miller for Pippin (Best Actress)
Stephen Colbert talks to NPR about the stage and his Vocal Training
Colbert describes that once he was cast, and started taking vocal lessons, he "gained a new respect… for professional singers… and discovered the therapeutic nature of singing lessons.  They're like doing yoga but for [the] inside of your body…"  Read the full article here!
Liz featured in The Wall Street Journal
"Touring New York City's Seminars" features Liz's vocal advise and techniques, as well as her typical "day."  Click here for the full article!