Tracy is an AmSAT certified Alexander Technique Teacher, and a Multi-Disciplinary Theater Teaching Artist.
She currently teaches the Alexander Technique privately, at the Balance Arts Center, and at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
As a Teaching Artist, Tracy's worked with The Public Theater, The Brooklyn Waldorf School, Red Bull Theater, Artists Striving to End Poverty, LeAp (NYC), and The Shakespeare Society. 2016-2018 She was the movement director for the brilliant children of the Hunts Point Children’s Shakespeare Ensemble.
As a Theater Artist, she has performed with the Hudson Warehouse Theater, New York Live Arts, PS. 59, etc. She is a founding member of Clown Gym, with whom she performed a monthly show at The PIT in 2015. In 2014 she co-founded the Modern Shakespeare Project (MSP). Since then, MSP has produced 4 of Shakespeare's plays, 5 new play readings, and 3 new plays, including "The Most Lamentable Tragedy of the Bull of Queens," winner of The Players Theatre's 2017 Short Play Festival.
Education includes the Balance Arts Center (M. AmSAT, Ann Rodiger), Columbia University (B.A. Dance, Physics), Lincoln Center Teaching Artist Development Labs, Theatrical Clown with Chris Bayes (Yale), Physical Acting with Jim Calder (NYU) Alexander Technique with Gwen Ellison (Yale, Bard), and innumerable dance and theater intensives. She lives in Brooklyn.
Alexander Technique Lessons offered at The Balance Arts Center, 34 West 28th street, 3rd fl, New York NY, 10001