Hippolyte Broud

Voice Teacher



Hippolyte works as a clown performer, a dramaturg and a voice teacher.

Hippolyte read classics at University College London before joining The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama where he got two MAs: one in experimental theatre (MA Advance Theatre Practice) and one in vocal pedagogy (MA Voice Studies : Teaching and Coaching). On the strength of these experiences, Hippolyte taught at RCSSD in several programs: MA Advanced Theatre Practice, BA Puppetry and BA Acting : Musical Theatre. Hippolyte also participated to several UK-based productions as a voice practitioner: ‘Odyssey’ by Big Mammal Collective (Edinburgh Fringe), ‘Love and Work’ directed by Stephanie Fuller (King’s Head Theatre Pub London), ‘Talk Propa’ directed by Caitlin Evans (Camden’s People Theatre and Vault Festival).

While currently working at Fonact, Hippolyte is also teaching poetry speaking at the Cours Cochet-Delavène (Paris). Hippolyte is a founding member of the Drag-Clown collective Oopla-Theatre, with whom he has performed in many bars, clubs and cabarets in London. He currently works as an associate director of the newly created company YAQU.