Tracy Winters Recent Dialect Credits Include:
at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts;
at The Ahmanson for Center Theater Group;
with acclaimed A THEATRE NEAR U in Palo Alto;
TWENTIETH CENTURY WAY, 1001 NIGHTS, THE GOOD BOOK OF PEDANTRY & WONDER, HOW TO DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY & NEVER BE FOUND, THE DINOSAUR WITHIN – (Boston Court);
COUSIN BETTE, NOEL COWARD’S TONIGHT AT 8:30 (Antaeus);
THE CHINESE MASSACRE:ANNOTATED (Circle X);
HOUSE OF THE RISING SON (EST – LA);
THE ELEPHANT MAN (El Centro Theater – John Droulliard Director)
A LOVELY SUNDAY FOR CREVE COUER, A PIECE OF TIN and BAILLE GALL (Lyric Theatre),
ZARA SPOOK AND OTHER LURES (Dorset VT) among others. Tracy won an Ovation Award (acting) for CAUGHT IN THE NET (ICT).
Tracy works with actors from Wales to Brazil to Japan on accent reduction and acquiring an American Dialect.
Tracy is originally from Albuquerque New Mexico and was raised in California by two Teachers. She was admonished as a young child for imitating the way people spoke – a young dialectician even then! Tracy has a degree in Theatre Arts from UCLA where she studied vocal technique with Meg Wilbur.