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Voice and Speech Training probably reached its zenith under the ancient Greeks. Systematic approaches began to flower in the 1950's and 60's, in service mainly to professional actors. 

In todays culture, in politics and business, in the arts, and even in common daily exchanges, 
a good speaker excels in most situations.

The history of speech and voice training goes back further than the Renaissance, although it started becoming more systematic from that time forward. Early Greeks and Romans took the subject as mandatory. Politics and stage acting were central to these cultures. In today’s culture, in politics and business, in the arts, and even in common daily exchanges, a good speaker excels in most situations. The strong advantages of public speaking skills became obvious in the 2008 elections.

Actor training is the foundation for most of this training. Actors don’t care about theories or methodologies. They need something that simply works. Their performance is the only thing they are judged on. And whatever it takes to get there, that performance is all that matters.