Mezzo-Soprano Jessica Doyle has worked as a vocal coach, performer, and clinician for over a decade throughout the United States and overseas.  She is currently on faculty at East Carolina University's School of Theatre & Dance where she teaches Applied Voice, Studio Voice, and Intro to Musical Theatre Voice for the BFA Musical Theatre Program.

Jessica is an internationally published writer, researcher, and  popular clinician, giving workshops on musical theatre & CCM styles of singing.  Her current research interests lie in the negative effects lack of sleep has on a singer's creative, academic, and artistic abilities.

Current & former students can be seen On & Off Broadway, on National Tours, and on Regional and Educational stages throughout the country.  They have signed with major record labels, worked in tv/film, and been accepted to top theatre camps & training programs.

Jessica maintains a small private studio of singers and is available for 1-on-1 lessons as well as workshops and masterclasses.  


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Duchenne University:

Guest Speaker, Vocal Pedagogy Course

Jessica spoke on MT & Pop/Rock pedagogy, as well as studio ownership & working as a crossover singer.

MidAtlantic Regional NATS Musical Theatre Competition:

Workshop Presenter 

Jessica will be presenting "Overworked & Underperforming: How Lack of Sleep Prevents Our Students from Doing Their Best Work & What We Can Do About It" 3/14.  

Georgia State Theatre Conference

Workshop Clinican

Jessica gave a workshop on auditioning for musical theatre coaching students on their college audition cuts.

Jessica published "Make Yourself Heard" for woman&home magazine in January 2022.  

Jessica signed with literary agent Katharine Sands of Sarah Jane Freymann Literary, NYC for her non-fiction book on the female voice.