Ann Tracy

Sacramento, CA/USA


Ann Tracy is an artist whose work spans diverse media - from visual art to theatre as an actor, director and writer of many scripts to film and commercial work. Her art work has been exhibited from New York to Maui to Japan and can be found in collections in Hawaii, New York, California and Texas.

Before coming back home to the arts, Ann spent 10 years as a radio and print journalist in Denver, Milwaukee, San Jose and Sacramento. She was the first female voice to grace the airwaves of KTLK, Denver in 1977, in her first job as a radio news announcer. She is also a director, actor, writer and video artist. As the founding artistic director of Beyond the Proscenium Productions in 1994, she has directed twelve original works and eight regional premieres for the company.

As an actor, Ann has appeared on stages in Northern California and Milwaukee, WI and in the movie George B. which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, as well as the independent features the Gypsy House and Anna’s Cross (both in post-production) and Capital Women which premiered at the 2007 Place Called Sacramento Film Festival.

Her work is also included in the following web projects: "Me & My Shadow" open project created by Javier A. Bedrina, Madrid, Spain; "The Bile Rose in Her Throat" - The Art Project: Artists Respond to Terrorism and "Merce Would be Proud" - Digital Pocket Gallery