Tracey wandered into the Bijou in 1993 to audition for Jayne Arnold in Best Little Whorehouse In Texas. Having had the time of her life in this production, she has not wandered out of the Bijou since.

      Musicals are her love and Tracey has performed in Puss In Boots (1993), Little Shop of Horrors (1995), The Sound of Music (1997), In Too Deep (1998), Guys & Dolls (2001), along with various other Variety Nights, Fund Raisers, Festival of the Wind etc.  After having 2 beautiful daughters with husband Damien and moving to their farm 117km east of Esperance, she has only managed to fit in performing in Wake Up (2007) and Captive Wives (2010).

      Tracey has stepped behind the scenes as Assistant Director for Andrew Dean in Santa in Space (2000) and was on the directorial team as Producer and Musical Director for Captive Wives which she enjoyed immensely.

      Tracey was elected to Committee in 1995 and served 5 years as Secretary working with Presidents Greg Ducas, Lyndel Taylor & Derek Clarke.  After taking some years off to have her family, she returned as Secretary in 2009 answering a SOS call from President Chris Greenwood.  Since then has worked with Presidents Naomi Bailye and now Victoria Brown. Tracey relishes her role as Secretary of the Guild and keeps the books and committee on track with her bossy but efficient nature.

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