Tracy was Lecturer in Singing at the University of Ballarat (now Federation University) from 2000 – 2012, training many performers who have since worked professionally in Australia and overseas.
She has written and directed a number of music theatre works, including The House at the End of the Line (2013), a play written during a residency at a boarding house in Ballarat. She performed her own cabaret, Finale as part of the Melbourne and Ballarat Cabaret Festivals of 2012 and 2013, and Dreamer in the 2014 Ballarat Cabaret Festival.
Tracy originally trained as a classical singer (Qld Con, Melb Con) and later trained as an actor at VCA (Company 93). She has recently submitted a PhD on music theatre vocal techniques.
Tracy is the co-director of SEAM Inc. (Sustainable Environment Arts Movement), an organisation that creates arts projects to engage communities with issues of climate change in fun and practical ways. Projects include Ella’s Choice, a play for year 9 students about climate change, and WARM, a statewide textile art project that imagines a future without coal. www.seam.org.au