Tracey Copeland Halter is Assistant Professor in the UT Theatre Department as well as a company member of the Clarence Brown Theatre. Tracey has a BA in Theatre from the University of Michigan and an MFA in Acting from New York University. She teaches Theatre 100, Acting 220 and 221 in the undergraduate program and Group singing in the graduate department. Her professional acting credits include Seven Guitars, (Broadway) Richard III and Two Gentlemen of Verona, (New York Shakespeare Festival); Two Trains Running, (Denver Center); Once On This Island, Much Ado About Nothing, and 4 productions of A Christmas Carol, (The Alliance Theatre); Cymbeline, Much Ado about Nothing, School for Wives, and Midsummer Night’s Dream, (GA Shakespeare Festival.)The Hot Mikado, (Houston/Pittsburgh tour), and Spunk and Jar the Floor, (Jomandi Theatre). In addition she serves as a faculty mentor for for the for the UT men’s Basketball team.