Voice Acting Workshops with Tracey Moore

Date posted: November 6, 2017

Tracey will be in Victoria for two exclusive 5-day workshops for voice acting:

Tracey Moore has voiced and directed over 100 animation series for network television including the leading characters listed below! She has been a casting director for several of Canada’s top animation houses.

Friday evenings: November 10, 17, 24, and December 1 & 8

Saturday afternoons : November 11, 18, 25, and December 2 & 9

Using authentic industry scripts, participants will work one -on -one, in studio, to learn and develop skills to compete in today’s animation industry, games, apps, and more! Workshops are

4 hours per session for a total of 20 hours of instruction. Participants will finish with a PROFESSIONAL QUALITY VOICE DEMO.

COST $650 plus tax

10 Participants per class only!

Send info/registration request to: tigerbunnyproductions@gmail .com or 250-592-5711.


Tracey has been directing and voicing leading roles in cartoon series since 1980. Kids growing up since the 80’s to 90’s to 2000’s would have heard her in many of their favorite series, including GEORGE SHRINKS (George) NED’S NEWT (Ned) LEGENDS OF REDWALL (Warbeak), CARE BEARS (Shreeky, Cheer ,Baby Hugs and Share Bear.), MY LITTLE PONY (Cheeralee), SUPER MARIO BROS (Princess Toadstool/ Peach), SAM AND MAX (the GEEK), FLYING RHINO JR HIGH (Marcus Snarkus), and of course, the original voice of Serena in SAILOR MOON – the beloved Anime series- which she also cast and voice-directed.

Her directing credits have spanned many different genres from shows such as The Highlander and Mythic Warriors to Magic School Bus and Bad Dog – the inaugural series for FOX family channel. She’s even the singing voice for Strawberry Shortcake- currently on live world tour. For over ten years she acted as in house casting and voice director for Nelvana Ltd., Canada’s largest animation house.  She is thrilled to have the chance to offer her popular workshop here in Victoria for two sessions only. Class size is limited to ten students.