NIU Theatre Alum Appears in Notable Chicago Production

Tracey Arnold, who earned her MFA degree in Acting from the NIU School of Theatre and Dance in 1998, is currently cast as one of the female leads in the Chicago Shakespeare Theater production of "Private Lives" by Noel Coward. Of her work in the show, Chicago Tribune theater critic Chris Jones says "...Arnold offers a veritable plethora of compensatory brilliance."

Tracey has earned the respect of critics and theater-goers for many years now, as a regular ensemble member of the American Players Theatre, and having appeared with such notable ensembles as the Steppenwolf Theatre and the Milwaukee Repertory Theater.

On a side note, "Private Lives" is the next production in School of Theatre and Dance's current season - for more information go here.

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