Tracy Walsh is a writer, director, choreographer and actor. She has appeared in many Lookingglass shows over the years, most recently The North China Lover and Still Alice. Recent Lookingglass choreography credits include: Beyond Caring (Intimacy Choreography), Blood Wedding, and The North China Lover. She also directed and choreographed The Old Curiosity Shop at Lookingglass. She has appeared in and choreographed shows at Court Theatre, including Electra and Iphigenia in Aulis, which will be remounted at The Getty Villa in Los Angeles. She was in the original cast of The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci, directed by Mary Zimmerman at Goodman Theatre and Seattle Repertory Theatre, and She Always Said Pablo, directed by Frank Galati at Goodman Theatre and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Additional choreography credits include: Agamemnon and Carmen (Court Theatre); Arcadia and All’s Well That Ends Well (Goodman Theatre); Don Giovanni and The Jewel Box (Chicago Opera Theatre); and The Napoleonade (Eclipse Theatre). Tracy has written, directed, and choreographed extensively for the Lookingglass Young Ensemble, including plays about American jobs, The Plague, and affordable, quality childcare. She and her husband Thomas teach yoga to adults with developmental disabilities, and co-own and teach at Lighthouse Yoga & Acupuncture in Evanston, where they live with daughters Honor and Echo.
Bio as of 2017