Tracey Power

Tracey's newest play GLORY inspired by the true story of the Ontario Women's hockey team, The Preston Rivulettes will premiere with Western Canada Theatre and Alberta Theatre Projects in the spring of 2018. 

She is the director, choreographer and creator of Chelsea Hotel, The Songs of Leonard Cohen which premiered at the Firehall Arts Centre in 2012 and has toured to theatres across Canada, playing over 250 performances. It will be remounted by the Firehall in March 2018. Her musical Miss Shakespeare premied in 2015 in Vancouver alongside her all female adaptation, J. Caesar which will recieved a second production at Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan and a third at Indiana State University. In development; M.O.T.H. and What's on Your Mind supported by the BC Arts Council. As a playwright her produced plays include The Great Mountain, Back to You;The life and music of Lucille StarrGarage Alec (a bilingual comedy), The Big Sneeze, Living Shadows; A Story of Mary Pickford and an adaptation of The Jungle Book published by Samuel French playing in Atlanta, Georgian in April 2018. As an actor, Tracey's credits include: Clybourne Park, Blackbird (Citadel Theatre), UBUNTU: The Cape Town Project (WCT, Theatre Calgary, TheatreFront), La Cage Aux Folles (Vancouver Playhouse), Urinetown andThe Ecstasy of Rita Joe (The Firehall), The Back Kitchen (Arts Club), The One That Got Away (Electric Company), A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Henry V (River City Shakespeare Festival). She also works as a director and choreographer and recently choreographed The Winters Tale(Bard on the Beach), Peter and the Staratcher(Citadel Theatre) and ONEGIN (Arts Club)

Tracey has been the recipient of the Elizabeth Sterling Haynes and Jessie Richardson Awards for her work.



Award Category Year Play
Jessie Richardson Award Outstanding Musical Production 2016 Miss Shakespeare