Thursday, August 13, 2015
Spotlight On...Tracey Knight Narang
Hometown: Westport, CT
Education: Hunter College, BA, NYC
Favorite Credits: Subway Etiquette: The Straphanger’s Guide to Under Ground Conduct
Why theater?: I love being “in the moment” of a story.
Tell us about To Each Their Own: It’s a provocative story about love, deceit, family secrets and the struggles involved.
What inspired you to write To Each Their Own?: I was approaching my mid-40’s and I had a “now or never” moment. I’m self taught - I read “how to” books and many plays, and I also attended as many shows as I could.
What kind of theater speaks to you? What or who inspires you as an artist?: I love honest, truthful stories that speak to me as a human being.
If you could work with anyone you’ve yet to work with, who would it be?: Pam MacKinnon
What show have you recommended to your friends?: Constellations
Who would play you in a movie about yourself and what would it be called?: Charlize Theron (ha!), “No Regrets...”
If you could go back in time and see any play or musical you missed, what would it be?: I’m embarrassed to say that I never saw Cats...
What’s your biggest guilty pleasure?: Red wine
If you weren’t working in theater, you would be _____?: Shop Owner
What’s up next?: Off Broadway
For more on To Each Their Own, visit ToEachTheirOwn.net