Actor, Writer, Director/Choreographer
Tracey was born and raised in the beautiful Comox Valley on Vancouver Island and works as an actor, writer and director/choreographer.
Writing credits include: GLORY, inspired by the true story of the women's hockey team The Preston Rivulettes, which won the Betty Mitchell Award for Outstanding New Play and Choreography and has toured across Canada, CHELSEA HOTEL, the Music of Leonard Cohen which has also toured across Canada and played close to 400 shows, MISS SHAKESPEARE - A musical about the wild life of Judith Shakespeare, J. CAESAR - an all female adaptation of Shakespeare's play, GARAGE ALEC a bilingual comedy, THE GREAT MOUNTAIN - an environmental adventure story for young audiences , and most recently she co-created HEY VIOLA! with Krystle Dos Santos, about civil rights icon Viola Desmond in October 2020. Watch out for the tour of this production post pandemic.
Tracey's adaption of the JUNGLE BOOK premiered in Montreal in 2008 with Geordie Productions, is published by Bakers Plays/Conchord Theatricals and has played around the world.
LIVING SHADOWS, A STORY OF MARY PICKFORD, Tracey's self penned one woman show toured her to theatres across Canada and was nominated for four Sterling Awards of which it won Outstanding Production and Outstanding Performance.
Acting credits include Clybourne Park (Citadel Theatre), UBUNTU, The Cape Town Project (Western Canada Theatre, Theatre Calgary), La Cage Aux Folles (Playhouse Theatre), Blackbird(Citadel Theatre), The Number 14 (Axis Theatre), The Bone House for The Edinburgh Fringe, The Ecstasy of Rita Joe and Urinetown the Musical (Firehall Arts Centre), I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change and The Back Kitchen Release Party (Arts Club), The One That Got Away (The Electric Company and Magnetic North Festival) and A Midsummer Nights Dream & Henry V (FreeWill Players).
Tracey also works in Film and TV as an actor and writer, and is a co-creator/writer of SKELETON STEFF a new animated tv series with Noise Nest Animation in Los Angeles.