My goal is to listen carefully for the deeply personal and original voice of every student—to inspire and cultivate an honest, brave, and surprising creative artist.
Candice Brown joined the Conservatory in 2004 and is an associate professor of theater. She teaches acting, voice, and speech, the Actor's Toolkit for the graduate and undergraduate musical theater programs, and acting for the Musical Theater Dance Intensive summer program.
Brown is a member of Actors' Equity Association, and is a Boston based-actor, director, and voice and dialect coach. Regionally, Brown has performed with Gamm Theatre, Lyric Stage Company, Cape Rep Theatre, Actors’ Shakespeare Project, New York Theatre Workshop, American Repertory Theater, Utah Shakespearean Festival, Bristol Valley Theatre Company, and Three Rivers Shakespeare Festival. In addition, Brown has directed several productions for the Conservatory, including the Boston premiere of Theory of Relativity in 2017.
She also currently teaches Ohana Arts at University of Hawaii. Prior to the Conservatory, Brown taught at Wheaton College, Brandeis University's M.F.A. acting training program, and Wheelock College. Brown earned tenure at the State University of New York at Fredonia, where she taught voice, movement, and scene study. Brown also directed productions at SUNY for five seasons. She is the owner and operator of VoiceWorks in Milton, Massachusetts, and coaches acting and voice privately in and around the Boston and New York area.