Columnist for The Boston Globe
Writer and Boston theater critic
Tracey O'Farrell is an inspiring example for anyone who thinks it's too late to fulfill life-long dreams.
Tracey is a member of the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs (MAC). She holds a BFA in musical theatre from The Hartt School.
Saturday night, April 7th from 8:00 to 11:00pm, Tracey will be entertaining everyone at The Napoleon Room at Club Cafe! The amazing Brian Patton joins Tracey on piano. Make sure to book a table soon. Warm up your voice because Tracey will be sure to open the mic to any singers in the house. Full menu all night. No cover.
Make your reservations now!
Sister Act...A Sellout SMASH HIT! Tracey just completed a sellout run playing Sister Mary Lazarus in Sister Act at Riverside Theatre Works in Hyde Park. The show was such a hit that there are plans to reprise the show in September with the same cast. Stay tuned for details!
It was an honor for Tracey when she was asked to be a part of Boston Children's Hospital's new Get Well video project. Families who need some of the best care in the world will see her face when they settle into their rooms and explore all that the hospital has to offer.