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Tracy just filmed an episode of “We Crashed”. She recently guest starred on FBI: Most Wanted (CBS) and recurred in the role of “Susan Duntsch” in Dr. Death (NBC). Tracy also co-starred on God Friended Me (CBS), The Sinner (USA), and as “Abigail Bell” in TNT’s The Alienist ,with Luke Evans, Grace Zabriskie and Morfydd Clark. Recent Off Broadway theatre includes “Ellen Scott” in The Price of Thomas Scott at the Mint Theater, the dual roles of Alexander Pushkin’s mother-in-law and his devoted serf in the world premiere of PUSHKIN at the Sheen Center, and “Maria”, the title role in The Dressmaker’s Secret, in a sold out run at 59 E 59. Recent Broadway includes the role of “Bobo MacDonald”, the Scottish nanny, in the highly acclaimed production of The Audience, starring Helen Mirren and directed by Stephen Daldry, and “Lady Montague” in David Leveaux’s stunning production of Romeo & Juliet, starring Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad. Previously Tracy has performed on Broadway as “Harper” in Angels In America, (with Kathleen Chalfant and Cherry Jones), “Jan” in Shimada, (with Ellen Burstyn and Estelle Parsons), “Marianne” in The Miser, (with Phil Bosco, Thomas Gibson and Carole Shelley), and her first job in New York City was playing “The Parlourmaid” -and occasionally “Dolly”- in You Never Can Tell (with Uta Hagen and Victor Garber). Tracy debuted at the Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Center as “Ida” in Die Fledermaus. Her Off Broadway credits include “Claire” in Aristocrats at the Manhattan Theatre Club, “Arline” in the Sloan Foundation production of Moving Bodies at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, “Lady Eastlake” in The Countess at the Lambs Theatre, “Annie” in The Shaggs: Philosophy of the World at the NYMF/Beckett Theatre and “Amelia” in The Wax at H.B. Playwrights, to name a few. Regionally, Tracy has performed leading roles at the Guthrie Theatre, The Alley Theatre, The American Repertory Theatre, Hartford Stage, Yale Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, The McCarter Theatre, The New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, Portland Stage Company, The Apollo Theatre, Chicago, The Pittsburg Public Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company and many others. Film credits include The Renovation (with Skipp Sudduth and Forbes March), Flannel Pajamas, (with Justin Kirk and Julianne Nicholson) H.O.L.E., Loser, (with Jay O. Sanders) and Mia Dillon’s Quiet . On television, Tracy has guest starred and co-starred on seven different episodes of Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Tracy has co-starred on Blue Bloods and Unforgettable and had a recurring role as the Mayor’s wife, “Mrs. Kathryn Bader”, on HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. Tracy has an extensive voice over career including television commercials, radio, narration, promos, cartoons and recorded books. As a singer she is featured on Brian Hugh O’Neill’s CD Free World. Tracy is a proud member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA, AGMA and the Dramatists Guild and holds a B.F.A. with honors in Theatre Arts and Film from SUNY @ Purchase.

As a writer, Tracy is a lyricist, composer and librettist in the prestigious BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop and she has been a Kleban Prize finalist three times. Tracy wrote the book and lyrics for the one act, Monday at the Moonstruck, which was performed at NYC’s renowned cabaret Don’t Tell Mama. Tracy’s first full length musical Curious & Rare, (the Mary Anning musical) for which she wrote the book, lyrics and music, is about the life of paleontologist Mary Anning and was selected by Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab for a staged reading at the Jerry Orbach Theatre of the Theater Center at 50th and Broadway. Subsequently, a song from Curious & Rare was chosen for the NYMF concert, “The Music Box” at the Signature Theater and Tracy had the honor of being selected to present six songs from Curious & Rare at a BMI Master Class guest moderated by Stephen Schwartz. Curious & Rare was also nominated by the BMI Steering Committee for the Jerry Bock Award. Tracy was awarded an Anna Sosenko Trust Grant for writing Curious & Rare and she was invited to perform four of her songs in the Urban Stages “Winter Rhythms” concert Furthermore. Each May since 2017, Tracy has been invited by Scott Coulter of Spot On Entertainment to perform songs from Curious & Rare at Feinstein’s/54 Below, and Curious & Rare was a 2020 semi-finalist for The National Music Theater Conference at the O’Neill Theater Center. Tracy is the author of the ten minute play The Day and The Hour, which was presented at the NYC “Rough and Ready” series and recently recorded, along with another play of Tracy’s The Quality of the Dust, for the podcast program Amy’s Horse which selects new ten minute plays from all over the country. Every Monday night from 1996 -2000, Tracy wrote and performed her original comedic songs and sketch comedy for the highly acclaimed ensemble “Rumble in the RedRoom” on Theatre Row in NYC. Tracy’s song, “My Point”, was chosen by the York Theatre for their NEO 6 (New, Emerging, Outstanding!) Composer and Lyricist showcase where it was sung by Beth Fowler. Tracy’s songs have been performed in the Salon Series in the Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel in NYC, The Den in Times Square and at Etcetera and Feinstein’s/54 Below, as well as at The New Jersey Shakespeare Festival Gala and various Regional Theatre Cabarets. Tracy has also had her songs chosen for BMI “Smoker” and Industry Showcases and for the BC/EFA showcase, “Are You Working On Something New?” Last summer two of Tracy’s new ten minute plays, The Big Whoop and The C Train were selected for presentation at the Rough + Ready new works series in Manhattan. Tracy is currently writing a new musical Rum Creek. Her poem and film Flowers,
as well as her poem
Unravel were published in UNEARTHED Literary Journal magazine.