Tracee Patterson

Tracee Patterson* (JULIANA) Tracee is delighted to return to the Dobama stage, having appeared here as “Toni” in Appropriate, "Jennifer Jones" in The Realistic Joneses, “Veronica” in God of Carnage, “Jean” in Dead Man’s Cell Phone, and “Stevie” in The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?, for which she won the 2006 Scene Magazine Best Actress Award. Her local credits also include “Mistress Quickly” in Merry Wives of Windsor, “Madame Thénardier” in Les Misérables, and “Myra” in Deathtrap (Great Lakes Theater/Idaho Shakespeare Festival); “Golda” in Fiddler on the Roof (Porthouse Theatre); “Chorus/Canterbury/Alice/Etheridge,” in Henry V (Ohio Shakespeare Festival); “Woman 2” in Songs for a New World, “Luisa” in Nine (Cain Park); “Frances” in Breakup Notebook: The Lesbian Musical, “Emma” in Song and Dance, “Arkadina” in The Seagull, “Mrs. Potts” in Beauty and the Beast, “Gertrude McFuzz” in Seussical (Beck Center for the Arts); “Desiree” in A Little Night Music (Fairmount Theatre); “Lettice” in Lettice and Lovage and “Timothea” in SeaMarks (Coach House Theatre); and “Medea” in Medea at Mamai Theatre, for which she won the 2013 Cleveland Critics’ Circle Best Actress Award. Tracee is a proud member of the Actors’ Equity Association, the union of more than 50,000 professional actors and stage managers.

*members of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States