While singing coaches offer elaborate physiological background for what's going on behind the exercises, when it comes to voice coaches for actors or techniques for opening the voice I can't find any info on this.

I talk about exercises like vocalizing an Ahh.. sound when you try to release the voice, sometimes while moving the pelvic or as in this examples:

Can this be explained or understood using common voice theories like SLS etc.?


The physiology behind speaking and singing is the same, which is why you haven't been able to find separate answers for acting. It's all vocal physiology. All of it uses the human voice. Singing could also be described as sustained-vowel speaking, which is what is happening in the videos you posted.

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