Tracie is Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Theater Arts. She is interested in exploring the connections between a theoretical analysis of theater and its practical application in courses such as Theater History, Dramatic Theory and Criticism, and Directing. She seeks to create a space in which students can freely engage in investigating the historical, social, and spiritual aspects of theatre while drawing on the richness of their liberal arts education. Tracie regularly directs for the department and recent shows include her adaptation of Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus, entitled Faustus, The Seagull by Anton Chekhov, Amadeus by Peter Shaffer, Tartuffe by Moliere, and Dancing at Lughnasaby Brian Friel. Her current research includes an exploration of memory in women's playwrighting and creating interactive materials for use in the theater history classroom. Tracie received a Ph.D. in Theatre Studies from Royal Holloway, University of London and an M.A. in Drama from the University of Alberta.
Ph.D. – Royal Holloway University of London, 2006
M.A. – University of Alberta, Canada, 1998
B.A. – Trinity Western University, 1995
College of Music and the Arts: School of Visual and Performing Arts
College of Music and the Arts
TFT 213 – Introduction to Theater TFT 313 – Intermediate Acting TFT 325 – History of Theater to the 19th Century TFT 326 – History of Theater: 19th Century to Present TFT 423 – Directing
Building Three, Theater Production Office, Mary Hill, West Campus, West Campus