Dan Tracy is a New York-based actor, singer, dancer, and musician.
Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, he began performing in high school as part of the school drama department. He went on to attend Creighton University as a student of the brand new musical theatre department, and graduated summa cum laude as the first Creighton graduate with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre.
Described in his hometown as a "very attractive" (Omaha World-Herald) "out-of-nowhere talent" (The Reader), Dan earned two Omaha Theatre Arts Guild nominations for Best Actor in a Musical (West Side Story, Floyd Collins) and an Omaha Entertainment Arts nomination for Best Actor in a Musical (West Side Story). He has worked with Opera Omaha on multiple occasions, and has performed in eight separate productions with Nebraska Shakespeare.
Dan moved to New York in September of 2011. He is currently playing a variety of characters in the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival's Fairy Tale productions at the Hudson River Museum, as well as swinging for their summer season production of Arabian Nights. He originated the role of Timmy Mahoney in Adam Szymkowicz's Clown Bar, which recently closed its well-received Off-Broadway run at The Box, produced by Pipeline Theatre Company. He is an ensemble member of Pipeline.
Though his foundations are in musical theatre, Dan has had exposure to many different styles, especially Shakespeare, and welcomes any opportunity to perform. He continues to take classes and lessons in the never-ending pursuit of personal betterment. He is a proud member of the Equity Membership Candidacy.
Dan also works as a personal trainer and busker in Manhattan.