PS M.A. alum Tracy Hazas performs in new play 'preparedness'

Wednesday, Nov 24, 2021

photo by Maria Baranova

photo by Maria Baranova

Performance Studies Alum Tracy Hazas (M.A. '04) is performing in the world premiere of a new play titled 'Preparedness', written by Hillary Miller (TSOA M.F.A. '05) and co-produced by The Bushwick Starr.

This new comic thriller follows the faculty of a moribund arts department forced to undergo self-defense training. As the afternoon unravels into chaos, these educators discover the costs of a divided community. Award-winning theater scholar Miller teams up with director Thor, who brings his immersive horror expertise to Preparedness, examining the effects of fear on our professional lives.

Tracy Hazas (SAG-e/AEA) is an actor and movement director from Louisville, Kentucky now based in New York. She made her feature debut in White Rabbit, at Sundance 2018. Tracy has performed at various NYC theaters including New York City Center, Dixon Place, Abrons Art Center, Theater for the New City, HERE Arts Center and Punchdrunk’s McKittrick Hotel. She's collaborated with director Niegel Smith and performance artist Susana Cook; and been featured in physical theater works by choreographers Charles Moulton and Annie Loui. She is an affiliated artist with Counter-Balance Theater. Regionally, she’s performed at the Aurora Theatre Company and CenterREP in the Bay Area, among others. Tracy also works in the Department of Drama, Theater & Dance at Queens College, CUNY.