Teaching & Coaching

"Piper is brilliant. She knows the business backward and forward." - Jasinda Wilder, Author

audiobook narration

3-Week Class at CAST

at Ripley-Grier 

Beginning in January 

"Piper is by far the best audiobook teacher I’ve ever seen. Not only does she know how to deliver a terrific read, but she knows how to navigate the business, find one’s niche, and deliver a beautifully produced final product.  And she communicates it all simply and brilliantly.  Her status in the business is well deserved."  - Andy Roth, Casting Director

I regularly teach Narration at NYU/Tisch School of the Arts (Stonestreet Studios) CAST events at Ripley-Grier, as well as offering private coaching. I've taught workshops, masterclasses and intensives at Syracuse University, NYU Grad Acting, Marymount Manhattan, ACX University, Weston Playhouse, That's VoiceOver at the Museum of the Moving Image, and the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Voiceover Lab in NYC. Other teaching includes: Brown University/Trinity Rep 3rd year Voice & Speech Fellow, 3 years as the Director of Education at the Weston Playhouse, and numerous acting/improv/musical theater classes & coachings. 

I produced & directed the audiobook #SOBLESSED, by Annoying Actor Friend, with a cast that included Brian Dennehy, Alan Cumming, Krista Rodriguez, and Megan Hilty. Proceeds benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. 

Please email me for workshop and private coaching rates. I'm happy to travel, especially for colleges/universities. 

"To know Piper is to know passion for one's work.  Her level of commitment to the theater and audiobooks is what you wish from any actor on any level, and she funnels that commitment into her teaching seamlessly.  Her students are incredibly fortunate to have someone as passionate and talented as her to guide them at any level of their careers."

-Jennifer Sukup, Casting Director

So you want to be a narrator? 

If you can't take a class or do private coaching right now, here are some helpful links to get you going until you can.

Step One: Listen to audiobooks! Please remember that this is a profession, a business, and a craft. You'll need to put a lot of time, energy and money into learning audiobook narration, and after that, if you love literature, words, reading, listening, researching, practicing, and being alone for most of the day, it just may be the job for you.