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) and the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists (BACA). She holds a BFA in musical theatre from The Hartt School.
Tracey will be in charge of the festivities at Tin Pan Alley on Friday August 26th and Saturday August 27,from 9:00 until Midnight. Summer will still be in full swing as she and Jim Rice take charge of the front room.
Make sure to stop in as there may be a special guest or two stopping by.
An amazing article about Tracey written by Dustin Fitzharris, @DFitz80, last Fall about Tracey's New York debut performance of Bless The Broken Road.
Photos include (left to right) the creative team of Shawn Monninger, David Friedman, Tracey O'Farrell and Kenneth Gartman. Friedman and O'Farrell at rehearsal, and O'Farrell performing.