Liz Caplan changed my life. Period. She can’t help it, actually. She changes lives on a daily basis… She is a sanctuary from everything that seems difficult or scary in our profession… She is a mentor, a guru, and a healer with a heavy dose of genius.”

– Nicole Parker
Liz!!!! All I can say, over and over and over again is, THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!! Your guidance, support, patience, belief and encouragement of me was invaluable to me achieving anything close to singing today. You are a true wizard, a lady vegan good witch of the westside fully in charge of her powerful magic! I so appreciate you!!”
– Benjamin Bratt, Emmy award nominee, known for Pixar’s “Coco,” “Doctor Strange,” “Modern Family,” “24: Live Another Day,” “Despicable Me 2,” “Law & Order,” “The Andromeda Strain,” “Miss Congeniality”

Thank you, Liz!! You kept us healthy and strong for the whole run of shows! We are so grateful for your expertise and encouragement from the beginning of this crazy lil journey with Oh Hello! Sending lots of love from George and Gil as well”

– John Mulaney and Nick Kroll, stars of OH, HELLO on Broadway

Liz has such incredible intuition about the human voice. Her ability to pin point the problem and communicate a solution is mind-blowing to me… in my 18 years in NY, I have never worked with a teacher who was able to communicate as well as Liz. She has changed the way I sing. To hear it, it is the same voice, but how I produce sound is easier, healthier and more fun!”

– Lauren Kennedy, actor Artistic Director of Hot Summer Nights Theatre Raleigh
Liz is a brilliant, patient, inspiring teacher. Not only do I want to sing like Liz, I want to BE like Liz…I’m so happy every time I go meet a guest before the show and I learn that they are one of the Fellowship of the Sing when they say the magic word “Caplan!” We bond. I miss the internal spiritual massage that your work provides.”
– Stephen Colbert, Host of “The Late Show” on CBS
Liz saved my voice. I was running into problems that I didn’t know how to fix. Liz went right to work and she helped my find my voice again… I was grateful to be able to thank her from the stage of the Beacon Theater when I accepted a Tony Award this year. I could NOT have done it without her. Today, I’m singing with more confidence than I ever have, and more importantly, because of the technique Liz has ‘gifted’ me,I can trust that it will always be there.”
– Nikki M. James, Tony Award winner for Best Leading Actress in BOOK OF MORMON
For a week, my voice was nowhere to be found. I was battling laryngitis, a croup, and the fatigue of Tony season. I came to Liz Caplan’s studio with nothing but swollen cords and a sick feeling in my stomach, that despite the fact I HAD to go onstage, I would be going on with nothing to give. And then the unimaginable happened. Liz not only saved my voice with a series of exercises I now use every day of my life, but that night, I sang as if nothing had ever been wrong. She isn’t a teacher. She is a Goddess.”
– Josh Gad, Tony Award nominee for THE BOOK OF MORMON, voice of Olaf in Disney’s Frozen

Liz, it was an honor to watch your magic spread across our cast – your contribution to the success of the production cannot be overstated. Soon again, I hope!!!”

– Bill Condon, Director of Disney’s Live action film of “Beauty and the Beast”, “Twilight Saga–Breaking Dawn parts I and II”, director of Broadway’s SIDESHOW

I have no hesitation to send along people I care about to you. Easy every time. You’ve always provided the safest place for folks I respect and adore to flourish. More to come!”

– Tommy Kail, Tony Award Winning Director of Broadway’s HAMILTON

Liz Caplan is a master of the voice. Her technique and passion for and commitment to the entertainment industry are awe inspiring. I highly recommend her to our clients as well as artists of all ages and experience. She is a game changer.”

– Craig Burns, CSA Casting agent Telsey+Company
Liz Caplan is one of the major reasons why I was able to perform as The Guy in Once for as long as I did. I will recommend her for the rest of my life as someone who knows the voice, knows the body, and more importantly knows the mind and the heart and helps you learn how to sing out from those places. She’s brilliant. She’s like a therapist and a vocal coach wrapped into one.”
– Steve Kazee (2012 Tony Award Winner, Best Actor in a Musical for Once)

The demands put on the cast of American Idiot are truly punishing, and the fact their voices maintain such character, vitality, musicality, and dynamism is a testament to the miraculous work that Liz Caplan has done.”

– Michael Mayer, Tony Award Winning Director of Spring Awakening and Thoroughly Modern Millie, Director of Broadway’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Director and book writer of American Idiot

Liz has literally helped me find my voice. Her technique is comprehensive and individually tailored. She makes a personal connection with every one of her lucky students. Liz truly invests in each person’s unique sound and helps build confidence.”

– Brooke Shields, THE ADDAMS FAMILY, CHICAGO, WONDERFUL TOWN, CABARET, GREASE, Golden Globe nominee for “Suddenly Susan”
Liz came highly recommended and, to be quite honest, I had my doubts. Happily my cynicism was crushed… My 1st lesson was during tech for “All Shook Up.” I was VERY vocally fatigued & thought, ‘I sound like a frog right now.’ I kid you not, I left feeling fresh, warm & invigorated. She’s at the top of her field and I highly recommend trying to get an appointment.”
– Cheyenne Jackson


Liz’s students have won the coveted Tony Award. Check them out below…

Nikki M. James for Book of Mormon (Best featured actress 2011)

Steve Kazee for Once (Best Actor 2012)

Patina Miller for Pippin (Best Actress 2013)

Neil Patrick Harris (Best Actor 2014)

James Monroe Iglehart (Best featured Actor 2014)

John Cameron Mitchell (Special Tony Award 2015)

Ben Platt (Best Lead Actor in a Musical 2017)

Adrienne Warren (Best Lead Actress in a Musical 2021)