Cherzoso is a Short Black and White Noir Film by Tracy McFarlin
The film is in post-production and was submitted to Cannes for the 2016 Festival. “Cherzoso” is a showcase for Tracy Ann Chapel and part of the directing requirement for Tracy McFarlin at Grand Canyon University.
Tracy Ann Chapel loves being an artist.
She especially fancys being an actor, writer and filmmaker who enjoys serious drama, romantic comedy and improvisation.
She is known as one who acts, writes, dances and sings and who has studied comedy, method acting and Shakespeare.
Tracy has performed as a circus clown, television host and stage actor as in “Ann Deever” in Arthur Miller’s play “All My Sons.”
She has sung musical comedy performing in Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods” and Oscar and Hammerstein’s musical “Oklahoma.”
She has also danced folk character ballet, and ballroom dance on stages all over the world and danced on the weekends as Head Elf “Ernie Keebler” for Keebler Cookies in your California town’s grocery store.
Tracy belongs to the unions AEA and SAG – AFTRA. She is also a member of the Underground Theatre Group and the Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative.
Photos Chris Nibley
Annette Bening and Tracy Ann Chapel
Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation One ~ On ~ One Conversation sponsored by The Screen Actors Guild Foundation, Los Angeles, California.