Tracy Hyland

Seattle, WA
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  • Sex:female
  • Vocal Range: Mezzo
  • Eyes: Green
  • Hair: Brown
  • Height: 5' 7"
  • Weight:135

Representation: Erin Fetridge - The Actors Group  email

MEMBER: Actors Equity Association (AEA)
SAG-AFTRA ELIGIBLE

Tracy is an actor and teaching artist currently based in Seattle.

​Recent stage appearances include Pericles (Wooden O/Seattle Shakespeare Company), Where the Wild Things Are (Seattle Children's Theatre) and What We Talk About When We Talk About Love (Book-It Repertory Theatre). Other roles include Lucius in the all-female production of Titus Andronicus (upstart crow collective); Mary in It's A Wonderful Life (Theatre Anonymous); Lady Macbeth in Macbeth (Wooden O/Seattle Shakespeare Company). She is featured in the films Switchmas and Dark Dungeons, and appears in web-based shows What the Funny and The Gamers, the Series.  Originally from the Midwest, Tracy has worked with the Goodman Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, and the riotous Hell in Handbag Productions, where she starred in several shows and originated the role of Tippi Hedren in David Cerda's highly acclaimed adaptation of The Birds. In the Northwest she has also performed with ACT Theatre, New Century Theatre Company, Hedgebrook Women Playwrights Festival at Seattle Repertory Theatre, Strawberry Theatre Workshop, Seattle Public Theater, Island Stage Left, and Montana Shakespeare in the Parks. She has been a member of Actor’s Equity Association since 2008.

As a teaching artist, Tracy has been lucky to work and play with folks ranging from toddlers to aging adults. She currently serves as the education and engagement manager at ACT Theatre, where she oversees the Young Playwrights Program, the Young Playwrights Festival, and curates pre- and post-show conversation around ACT's mainstage offerings.



Professions/skills: Voice Talent;Singer;Educator;Actor


Member in:

2019 - 2017
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