Hello there! My name is Caroline Cole. Thanks so much for taking the time to visit my home on the web and even more thanks for clicking over here to read more about me! I'm currently based in Dallas, TX and work as a storyteller. "What does that mean?" you might ask. It's a confusing title. I know. But it was so hard to come up with a short job description! Voice over artist/playwright/director/actor just got a little confusing, you know? Basically, it means I love to tell stories in any way I can. Trained as an actor, voice over artist, and writer, I use these skills to tell my own and other's stories in a myriad of ways.
Clients usually hire me to:
record professional voice over projects
write original material (ghost-written or not)
plays and skits (short or long)
scripts for voice over
edit work already created
My biggest passions are storytelling, arts advocacy, and creative living. These passions have led me to pursue voice acting and writing, but I'm never far from theatre and theatre education, telling stories with both kids and adults.
After graduating from the National Theatre Institute (NTI) at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center and completing my bachelors' in theatre performance at Rice University, I spent two years in Ukraine serving as a Peace Corps volunteer. I was able to teach English at a village school, empower young women to educate others on tough issues like HIV/AIDS and human trafficking, organize and teach creative summer camps all across the country, and serve as president for a nationwide environmental organization. Plus, *BONUS* I met my strikingly handsome British husband Chris, who I married in November 2014.
Now back in my hometown of Dallas, I've completed a masters degree in Theatre Education, am living in the vibrant neighborhood of Deep Ellum, co-working at a magical space called Arts Mission Oak Cliff, and collaborating with artist and entrepreneurs all over the world.
Wake. Drink coffee. Tell stories. Repeat.
I'd love to help you tell your story. Contact me to get started.
Peace and love and all that jazz,