Tracy Alexander is the Production Manager for Midland Community Theatre. She is a Board Member of Texas Non-Profit Theatres, the Region 6 Rep for the American Association of Community Theatre, the President of the Association of Volunteer Professionals in the Permian Basin, a 2003 graduate of Leadership Midland and a Summer Mummer.
Tracy has given workshops on theatre volunteerism at the state, regional, and national levels for AACT and AVP. She has been published in the AACT Spotlight newsletter regarding managing theatre spaces and most recently provided information for Stage Directions magazine on the MCT Volunteer Program.
Tracy has a BA in Theatre Arts from California State University, Sacramento. She was the Props Designer for TheatreWorks in Palo Alto, CA for seven years before moving to Texas. Ms. Alexander has worked for the Sacramento Theatre Company as a Properties Manager, the Mason Gross School of the Arts as a Production Secretary, Garbeau’s Dinner Theatre as an Assistant Stage Manager and Props Designer, and Music Circus as a Makeup Artist. Her diversity serves her well in attending to the business of theatre volunteerism.
Known on the Yucca stage as “Mama” for her bawdy humor and red hot jazz, at MCT Tracy continues to hone her skills as a director (“There Should Be Roses”, “Cold Feet”, and “Knock, Knock!”), actor (“Escanaba in da Moonlight” and “Wee Care”), designer (“Tommy”), and stage manager (“Born Yesterday”).