The Wright Way

The Wright Way

5.0 (6)
3 employees
12 years in business

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The Wright Way works in the pedagogical approach to performance in voice, acting, singing and stage performance. The Wright Way currently has over 300 students performing on Broadway, national tours, films, television, cruise lines and much more. The Wright Way welcomes new full time students to learn in a successful programming set up by Rance Wright an MFA and MM graduate from The Boston Comservatory at Berklee. 

That I’m able to see improvement and success in students that I teach. I’m passionate about the work I do and grateful to the vulnerability of each student. 

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New York, NY 10031
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6 Reviews


  • Cari McHugh

    Rance is one of the best audition coaches I've ever worked with!! He has worked professionally as a actor, casting director, and director in NYC, and he brings all of that expertise into each session. Through his coaching, I found a more honest and authentic place in my audition materials, and then booked a tour! Rance's love and enthusiasm for the arts also makes coaching a blast!!! Look no further -- any working/aspiring musical theater performer will want to have Rance in his/her back pocket!! ~ Cari McHugh

  • Kim Johnson

    We had the opportunity to work with Rance over many years on many different occasions whether it be Master classes, workshops, private coaching , college decisions etc. Each of those areas he brought energy, enthusiasm and knowledge. He opened up new possibilities and learning we didn't originally see as options. He stretches you to becoming your best self and to strive for personal excellence. We appreciated him sharing his passion and knowledge with us. I would highly recommend him in partnering with you in investing in your future. Kim Johnson

  • Jenn De La Torre

    I will forever keep with me everything I learned from Rance whether it was in one of his masterclasses or in one of our private sessions together. He prepares you for auditions straight from the main source, the casting director. He tells you what exactly a casting director is looking for. He taught me how to find your “truth” when performing any piece. There are a lot of great singers out there who want the same job as you, showing your “truth” when performing a piece for a casting director is key and will set you apart from those others in that waiting room and make you remembered. Aside from preparing you for that audition, he sets aside one on one time with me to remind me of the gifts I have and how to use those gifts not just in my work but in life. ~ Jenn De La Torre

  • Iuliana Schraut

    Rance is a wonderful voice coach and an amazing teacher. He is kind, patient, and has a tremendous amount of knowledge. After taking a 15 year break from singing, I thought my voice would never have the range it once had. Boy, was I wrong! In less than two months, due to the techniques Rance taught me, my range expanded over an octave. In addition, I can now sing notes I had only dreamed of singing before. Rance has performed miracles with my voice! He is always positive and encouraging, making it a pleasure to work with him. Rance is definitely a master of his craft! ~ Iuliana Schraut

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

My process in working with a student is Pedagogical. I work with students who desire to truly understand technique. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have a Master Of Music and Master Of Fine Arts from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. I also have training in Meisner and Stanislavsky Acting. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

I do require at least 4 lessons paid up front.

4 lessons = $500.00

12 lessons = $1200.00

How did you get started teaching?

I received my education from the highest level education has to offer. I created a company called Wright Way Master Classes and took Broadway Casting Directors, Agents, Choreographers, Directors, Music Directors across the country and taught along side them. Having done that for multiple years I realized what the industry wanted and began to teach private’s as a result as the need became very clear to my students and myself.

What types of students have you worked with?

Broadway professionals to the beginning actor and singer.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

When looking for an excellent teacher. Make sure they have a passion for it and are also educated at the highest level in it.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What do they hope to accomplish? I often offer a visual goal planning excercise to help figure out the answer to that question.

Lessons offered

Acting Classes Film Acting Classes Film And Tv Acting Classes Scene Study Classes Speaking Voice Training Stage Performance Training Theater Acting Classes Voice Acting Classes Audition Prep Lessons Musical Theater Classes Music Performance Lessons Singing Lessons Vocal Training Lessons Voice Lessons