Ann Tracy is an actor, playwright, director, writer, and artist. As the founding artistic director of Beyond the Proscenium Productions in 1994, she has directed many original works and regional premieres. She has written nine scripts, seven of which have been produced in California. She is a member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, alumnae of the Directors Lab West, and a member of the Dramatists Guild.
In addition to theatre work in Northern California, her film credits include George B (Sundance Film Festival), Anna’s Cross (post-production), and Capital Women (PCS Festival October 2007). Ann was the first female voice on the air at KTLK, Denver in 1977 as an overnight radio news announcer. This first job in radio news led to a ten-year career as a broadcast journalist in the Denver, Milwaukee, San Jose, and Sacramento markets. She later became a PR consultant to arts organizations and small businesses.
Her fine art has been exhibited in galleries and shows from Japan to Maui to New York City. In 2003 her work, “Stop” was included in the catalog of the “Violence Against Women”, Group 78 Amnesty International show, Tokyo, Japan. Ann’s digital painting “Message 3” was juried into the 2008 American Art Collectors book and her work has been recently seen at the Bonita Museum near San Diego, CA. Work from her “Motel Variations” series was seen at the Barrick Museum in Las Vegas in 2009 in the “Greetings from Nada Motel” show.
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