• Erica Tobolski
  • Associate Professor,
    Theatre and Dance

  • Details

  • Wednesday,
  • January 22, 2014
  • 12:00 p.m. - 12:50 p.m.
  • Center for Teaching Excellence
  • Thomas Cooper Library, Room L511

This event is sponsored by the Center for Teaching Excellence.


Like an actor on stage, an instructor with a strong, dynamic voice in the classroom can more easily engage students and promote learning. This interactive workshop will help you improve your vocal presence through practical exercises that focus on breath support, vocal projection and increasing vocal dynamics (how to vary volume, pitch, tempo and intonation). These easy-to-learn techniques will help you enhance your presence in the classroom and use your voice in a healthy way.

About the Facilitator

Erica Tobolski is the voice and speech trainer at the University of South Carolina, teaching acting, voice, speech and dialects. She has professionally coached voice/text/dialects for the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespearean Festival, the Clarence Brown Theatre, Charlotte Repertory Theatre, Purdue University and others, and was dialect consultant for productions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and for the radio play Merry Go Round on NPR. Her work is published in The Complete Voice and Speech Workout, in addition to several articles in the leading journal The Voice and Speech Review. She maintains a private practice in voice consultation, is a Lessac Certified Trainer and regularly performs on stage and in voice-overs.


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