Teaching Artist

Working with Tracy is always a pleasure, for both colleagues and those she is teaching. Her kind and confident approach to creative work offers the best possible opportunities for artists, learners and fellow teachers to succeed. A rare facilitator that is well admired by peers and students alike.
— Rhys McClelland, Education Manager, The Public Shakesepare Initiative

American Academy of Dramatic Art

Tracy teaches the Alexander Technique & Movement at the American Academy of Dramatic Art in NYC.

The Public Shakespeare Initiative- Hunts Point Children's Shakepseare Ensemble

2016-2018, Tracy was Movement Director for the Hunts Point Children's Shakespeare Ensemble (HPCSE).

Website, Public Shakespeare Initiative

Website, Hunts Point Alliance for Children

Video, Shakespeare Ensemble on New Learning Times

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Shakespeare in Schools

With Redbull Theater Co & The Shakespeare Society. Co-designed & co- teaches a 10 class residency to draw 9th graders into the world of Romeo and Juliet through movement, speech, and performance (25 students/class)



2015-2017, Tracy worked in numerous in-school, after-school, and summer school programs for LeAp, integrating the arts into academic curriculum.



ASTEP at the Refugee Youth Summer Academy

Tracy worked for the Refugee Youth Summer Academy in 2014 as an Instructor, and 2016 as the Program Facilitator, managing 18 Teaching Artists and overseeing their lesson planning, behavior management, and final showcase.

Website, ASTEP

Video, RYSA 2016

A teaching artist is a practicing professional artist with the complementary skills, curiosities, and habits of mind of an educator, who can effectively engage a wide range of people in learning experiences in, through, and about the arts.
— Eric Booth, "The History of Teaching Artistry"