Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts
Tracy Salter teaches Advanced Acting Styles II, Advanced Vocal Production, Stage Dialects, Stage Speech II and Experimental Directing. She also serves as vocal and dialect coach for UNC Department of Theatre Arts and Dance productions. Prior to teaching at UNC, Tracy lived in New York City where she worked as an actress, director and producer. She also taught conflict resolution and social/emotional skills using drama and drama therapy techniques in many NYC inner city schools. Past performances include: Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, Jaques in As You Like It, Helena in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Dr. Livingstone in Agnes of God, Mayella in To Kill a Mockingbird and Mary in Vanities. Tracy received he BFA from Graceland University and her MFA from the University of Florida where she was afforded the opportunity to participate in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. Tracy also served as the Director of Theatre Strike Force; a University of Florida improv troupe voted "Best Playmates" in Florida Leader magazine, Best Reasons to attend Florida Schools Issue.