Tracey Nash

Acting Credits

2011: May 10 - 21, 2011 A Few Good Men
2012: May 15-19 & 22-26, 2012 Romeo and Juliet
2013: March 26-30 & April 2-6 Harvey
2014: November 4 - 8 & 11 - 15 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
2015: November 3-7 & 10-14 Radium Girls
   

Production Credits

Production Manager 4000 Miles
Assistant Stage Manager Jenny's House of Joy
Equivocation
Sound Design Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks
John Buchan’s The 39 Steps
The Black Bonspiel of Wullie MacCrimmon
Sound Assistant Bus Stop
West Moon Street
Mary's Wedding
Cat's Cradle
Continuity Leading Ladies
Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun
Postmortem
Weapons Wench (Armourer) Postmortem
A Few Good Men
John Buchan’s The 39 Steps
Murder in Noirville
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
The Lion in Winter
Equivocation

Dresser Leading Ladies
Inherit the Wind
Choreographer Leading Ladies
Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks
Postmortem
Romeo and Juliet
Private Lives
Mary's Wedding
John Buchan’s The 39 Steps
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

From the program for Radium Girls:

TRACEY NASH is happy to be back on stage at Kanata Theatre helping to tell this story based on true events. Seen previously as Hyde 4/Poole in last season’s Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, Tracey’s credits also include Betty Chumley in Harvey, the Serving Wench in Romeo & Juliet, and Captain Whittaker in A Few Good Men. Backstage, Tracey’s involvement includes sound, choreography, and Kanata Theatre’s “Weapons Wench”. She thanks Tom and her fellow cast/crew for their support, also Gord for his love and encouragement.

From the program for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde:

TRACEY NASH (Old Woman, Poole, Surgical Student, Hyde, Prostitute, Maid) is happy to be back on stage. Seen previously as Betty Chumley in Harvey, the Serving Wench/Mistress in Romeo and Juliet, and as Captain Kathryn Whittaker in A Few Good Men, she is thrilled to have the chance to expand her horizons in this wonderfully creative interpretation of the classic story. Tracey’s backstage credits include sound, continuity, and choreography. She is KT’s official “Weapons Wench”. She would like to thank Wendy and Ilona, as well as her fellow actors and crew, for making it all such fun.

From the program for A Few Good Men:

TRACEY NASH (Capt. Kathryn Whitaker) is pleased to be making her acting debut at Kanata Theatre. She has worked backstage on many shows at Kanata Theatre doing sound, continuity, and most recently "Weapons Wench" on Postmortem. A ballroom dancer, she choreographed last seasons Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks. She thanks the cast and crew for their support, her son Adam for his understanding with her absences, and her Honey for introducing her to theatre and showing her the ropes.

From the program for Romeo and Juliet:

TRACEY NASH (Mistress, Attendant) is pleased to make her second appearance at Kanata Theatre. She was seen as Captain Kathryn Whittaker in A Few Good Men. She has worked backstage on many shows doing sound, continuity, and choreography. She is also known as Kanata Theatres "Weapons Wench". Tracey would like to thank everyone in Romeo & Juliet for making it fun, and Tom for casting her in a role to which she is so well suited. She wishes to thank Gord for his love and support, and looks forward to being on stage with him for the first time.

From the program for Harvey

Tracey Nash (Betty Chumley) is pleased to be making her third appearance on the Kanata Theatre stage. Seen previously as the Serving Wench/Mistress/Attendant in Romeo & Juliet and as Captain Kathryn Whittaker in A Few Good Men, she welcomes the chance to once again be a part of a wonderful and fun cast and crew. She has worked backstage on many shows at Kanata Theatre doing sound, continuity, and choreography. She is also known as KT’s "Weapons Wench". She would like to thank the cast and crew of Harvey for their camaraderie and support, and Peter Williams for giving her this opportunity.