Tracy Ann Chapel is an actress, writer and filmmaker who enjoys serious drama, romantic comedy and improvisation. She is know as someone who acts, writes, dances, sings and who has studied comedy, method acting and Shakespearean plays.
Tracy has performed as a circus clown, television host and stage actress, playing characters such as”Ann Deever” in Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” and White Face and Auguste Clowns “Giggles” and “Cici” for example. Tracy has sung in musical comedies like “Charming” a new musical by Steve Fife and also, performed in Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods” and Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma.” She danced Russian character ballet, German and Austrian folk and ballroom on stages all over the world and danced in character some weekends as head elf “Ernie Keebler” for Keebler Cookies in your hometown’s grocery stores.
Tracy is proud and thankful to be an artist who is a member of unions: Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) and the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA). She is also a member of the Underground Theatre Group, Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative (LAFPI) and The American Honor Society.
Actresses, Annette Bening and Tracy Ann Chapel (photo: Anonymous):
Attending the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation One-On-One Conversation sponsored by The Screen Actors Guild Foundation, Los Angeles, California.
Tracy Ann Chapel photo: Christopher Nibley