Bio

Tracy Miller’s career has spanned the globe in theater, film, television, recording studios and to some of the world’s great concert stages.  As a Broadway actress, Tracy played the lead role of Penny Pingleton; a comedic audience favorite in the Tony award winning musical “Hairspray” opposite Carly Jibson, Marissa Jaret Winokur and Shannon Durig.  Tracy made her Broadway debut in Christopher Hampton, Don Black and Frank Wildhorn’s, “Dracula”- directed by Tony award-winner, Des McAnuff.  Tracy was the only female cast member from the original production of Dracula in La Jolla, California to be cast in the Broadway production.  Tracy also co-starred with Sean Hayes in the musical workshop, “Nerds”, starred as Gigi in “Gigi” at Tony Bennet’s La Mirada Theater in Los Angeles and was featured in the musical “Camille Claudel” at the award-winning Goodspeed Opera House.

As a lyricist, Tracy teamed with Frank Wildhorn and Carly Robyn Green on the World Premiere stage adaptation of the beloved Japanese anime, Your Lie In April, produced by TOHO and Fuji Television.  The production was scheduled to open alongside the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo starring Japanese idol, Erika Ikuta and directed by Ikko Ueda. The production is currently postponed due to the pandemic.  Prior to starting Your Lie In April, Tracy wrote the lead off track “Free” for Sabrina Weckerlin’s released EP as well as “I’m Not Done Yet” which is the title track of the #1 charting EP by a German musical theater artist.  Tracy has 5 original songs on the album including “Home Again,” “Our Story” and “In The End.” Tracy wrote lyrics on her own debut album and has written songs for Broadway Divas Jackie Burns, Adrienne Warren, and for London’s Kerri Ellis’s upcoming CD.  Tracy was also part of the creative team for a musical about the life of Salvatore Ferragamo- White Shoes.

As a recording artist and concert vocalist, Tracy has performed all over the world.  She toured with Julio Iglesias on his Gozar La Vida World Tour and was the lead female soloist with the CalPhil Orchestra in a concert version of “Les Miserables” where she sang both Eponine and Fantine at the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.  Tracy has sung in castles in France and Germany and under the stars at the ancient Kourion amphitheater in Cyprus.  In Japan, Tracy was the voice of Princess Jasmine while promoting the Aladdin film for the Walt Disney Company throughout the country–  it is where her professional career began.  She was also in the original cast of Disney California shows singing as The Little Mermaid and Snow White.  Tracy played Lucy and Mina in Frank Wildhorn’s concert versions of the Broadway show Dracula, she sang in the original cast of Wildhorn’s “Frank & Friends” concerts at Joe’s Pub in NYC, at the Pantages Theater In Los Angeles and at Make-A-Wish Concerts.  Tracy’s ongoing collaboration with Mr. Wildhorn led to the creation of the Mad Hatter character in the musical “Wonderland,” the role of Stephanie in the production of “Rudolf” and the role of Dea in Man Who Laughs.

Tracy Miller ‘s career has spanned the globe in theater, film, television, recording studios and to some of the worlds great concert stages. As a Broadway actress, Tracy played the lead role of Penny Pingleton; a comedic audience favorite in the Tony award-winning musical ‘Hairspray’ opposite Marissa Jaret Winokur, Carly Jibson and Shannon Durig. Tracy made her Broadway debut in Christopher Hampton, Don Black and Frank Wildhorn’s ‘Dracula’– directed by Tony award-winner, Des McAnuff. Tracy was the only female cast member from the original production of Dracula in La Jolla, California to be cast in the Broadway production. Tracy also co-starred with Sean Hayes in the musical workshop, ‘Nerds’ and was featured in the musical ‘Camille Claudel’ at the award-winning Goodspeed Opera House.

 

As a lyricist, Tracy wrote the lead off track “Free” for Sabrina Weckerlin’s recently released EP as well as “I’m Not Done Yet” which is the title track of the #1 charting EP by a German musical theater artist. Tracy has 5 original songs on the album also including “Home Again”, “Our Story” and “In The End”. Tracy wrote lyrics on her debut album and has written songs for Broadway Diva’s Jackie Burns, Adrienne Warren and for London’s Kerri Ellis’s upcoming CD. Tracy is part of the creative team for an upcoming musical about the life of Salvatore Ferragamo-White Shoes.

 

As a recording artist and concert vocalist, Tracy has performed all over the world. She toured with Julio Iglesias on his Gozar La Vida World Tour and was the lead female soloist with the CalPhil Orchestra in a concert version of ‘Les Miserables’ where she sang both Eponine and Fantine at the Disney Concert Hall. Tracy has sung in castles in France and Germany and under the stars at the ancient Kourion amphitheater in Cyprus. In Japan, Tracy was the voice of Princess Jasmine while promoting the Aladdin film for the Walt Disney Company throughout the country– it is where her professional career began. She was also in the original cast of Disney California shows singing as The Little Mermaid and Snow White. Tracy played Lucy and Mina in Frank Wildhorn’s concert versions of the Broadway show ‘Dracula’, she sang in the original cast of Wildhorn’s Frank & Friends Concert s at Joe’s Pub, at the Pantages Theater and at Make-A-Wish Concerts. Tracy’s ongoing collaboration with Mr. Wildhorn led to the creation of the Mad Hatter character in the musical ‘Wonderland’ , the role of Stephanie in the production of ‘Rudolf’ and the role of Gwynplaine for The Man Who Laughs.