Faculty Story: Tracy Manning
Tracy Manning, Professor of Theatre Arts, shares her story and talks about having relationship with God.
Tracy Manning has served as artistic director for Taylor University Theatre since 2005. She has served on the faculty since 2011. Her directing credits include over 50 productions including Broadway Style Musicals, Applied Theatre Performances, Classic and Contemporary Theatre pieces that engage student actors and audiences. Her notable performance credits include Dr. Vivian Bearing in Wit, Sister Aloysius in Doubt, The Crucible, and A Midsummers Night’s Dream. She holds a Masters of Liberal Studies concentrated in Humanities from Indiana University, a BA in Communications & Theatre from Taylor University. She worked in Professional and Regional theatre as a performer and director from 1993 - 2004.
Manning, Tracy, "Faculty Story: Tracy Manning" (2015). Chapel 2015-16. 14.