Tracy started dancing at age three and over the years has obtained extensive training in various forms of dance. Little did she know that her days in Miss Louise’s basement dance studio would lead to an exciting dance career. Tracy’s Russian Ballet training came from the Andahazy’s and she performed with the company from 1983 to 1988. She’s also had several years of private tap training under the direction of Char Weiss, along with numerous workshops with the old hoofers of days gone by. In 2005, she took a trip to New York where she studied privately with Heather Cornell, director of the Manhattan Tap Company. Tracy received jazz training from various people and places, including John Command, Zenon, Michael Ferrell, and the Lundstrum Center. Her main passion has been musical theater and she has worked in several Twin Cities’ theaters including the Ordway, Troupe America, Chanhassen Dinner Theatres, and the Minnesota Opera. Tracy has also worked locally and internationally as a director and choreographer and loves the diversity this has brought to her career. Currently, she works as a freelance dancer and choreographer, as well as owning Sweet Feet Dance.