UBUNTU, The Cape Town Project at The Citadel Theatre in October and Prairie Theatre Exchange in November. Tracey plays the role of Sarah in a story about ghosts that haunt a man and woman, continents apart, as they discover secrets of their past.
“…an electrifying blend of movement, music and dialogue…”
World Premiere of GLORY
Produced by Western Canada Theatre in association with Alberta Theatre Projects. Tracey is the playwright and choreographer of this inspirational new play based on an incredible true story of our national sport. In the 1930s, the Preston Rivulettes women’s hockey team won an astonishing 300 games and several Canadian championships, all while fighting through the Depression, prejudice, and personal upheaval. Featuring electrifying swing-dance choreography, this gripping production captures all the thrills, excitement, and tension of a great hockey game. Go Rivulettes!
Chelsea Hotel, The Songs of Leonard Cohen
Chelsea Hotel, created,directed and choreographed by Tracey Power, premiered in February 2012 and has been touring ever since. It will return to the Firehall Arts Centre in March 2018.
Haunted by memories of his tumultuous love life, a Writer checks into New York’s infamous Chelsea Hotel desperate to find the words and inspiration for his next song. Wading through past relationships, he reluctantly comes face to face with the love of the present, a love he wishes he could not only forget, but erase from memory.
Leonard Cohen’s powerful and inspirational music is the heartbeat of Chelsea Hotel. With extraordinary new arrangements, six performers play seventeen different instruments in this concert, a tribute to the remarkable writer. Through Cohen’s transcendent songs and the honesty of his lyrics, you will be transfixed by this eclectic cabaret of loves won and lost.