VideoWorking outside in involves finding some external inspiration and internalizing that into an artistic performance.
An actor and vocal coach, Erica Tobolski is on the faculty of the Department of Theater and Dance at the University of South Carolina, where she teaches voice and acting and performs onstage and in voice-overs. She has coached voice/dialects at the 2000 Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespearean Festival, Charlotte Repertory Theatre, Purdue University, Ball State University, the University of South Carolina and Trustus and Workshop Theatres in South Carolina. In this “Meet An Artist” segment we learn about Tobolski’s life and technique, and see her in two very different acting roles.
VideoTobolski has played a wide variety of roles, and she learns something new from each one.
VideoLike many actors, Tobolski was drawn to theater at a young age. She explains how she turned her passion into a career.
VideoEuripides - USC Theater Dept. (2004) A Closer Look This scene from The Trojan Women was shot in the studio at South Carolina ETV using three cameras. The actresses originally performed the play...
VideoThis video illustrates how the rehearsal process is translated into a final performance.