Tracy Singer gives a strong performance
as Laura Carlyle
Excerpt from Theater review: Entertaining production offers mix of professional and fledgling performers
By Jeanné McCartin
October 13, 2011 2:00 AM, Portsmouth Herald, Spotlight Magazine
"The Butler Did It" . . . . . . .
Tracy Singer gives a strong performance as Laura Carlyle, who writes novels with her husband. One of the show's
best segments is when Singer, who is perfectly animated throughout, commands the conversation with two male
actors shortly after the corpse is found. Simply hilarious.
Excerpt from Oberon's Grove Review of BalaSole Dance Company's Winter Concert "IDIOMS" . . . . . .
Tracy Singer enters rather dejectedly for her solo What I Did With What You Left Me. This is a proud woman who's been shot down by love, but she's going to bounce back. Sultry jazz marks her sense of post-breakup lethargy, but agitation emerges in supple nuances. She hits the floor - literally - but then takes off in a space-filling self-absorbed danced passage to a big blues anthem.