My big questions is I feel as if my front stage isn’t deep enough for voices sound very bright and and dialog feels lost.
Are all your walls as bare as the ones in the picture? I would suggest you need some sound absorbent room treatment to absorb early reflections. You probably can't do anything about where the speakers are, but the speakers are too close to the side walls. I definitely recommend sound absorbent room treatment on the walls to the side and behind front main left and right speakers. Treatment behind the speakers should be inside the left and right speaker pair where the reflection would return to your main listening position. If your main listening position has a wall immediately behind it, treat that too.
Amplitude cannot correct time. Equalization can't compensate for listening room reflections. Most of what is reflected from the speakers back to the listener is off-axis speaker sound. Short reflections, especially short reflections close to the speakers or close to the listener, cause constructive and destructive interference comb filter flange effects. Equalization affects both the direct sound from the speaker and the combination of direct and reflected sound. The microphone for your automated equalization system does not hear like your ears. The best listening room is treated to create a Reflection Free Zone RFZ around the listener.
After treating the walls, I would toe the front speakers in toward the listening position.