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Traci Ledford (2009)

Graduate Student Postmodern Scene with Undergraduate Actors After earning her BFA, Traci Ledford served as the Education and Outreach Intern at the Dallas Theater Center before devoting nine years to teaching theatre in the public school systems of Texas and North Carolina.Ready to seek new challenges as a director and an educator, Traci decided to pursue the MFA from Baylor.

With her degree in hand, Traci Ledford was added to the faculty at East Texas Baptist University. Today, she is the Department Chair and Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts.

Among her more than three dozen productions are Tartuffe, Our Town, The Three Musketeers, Twelfth Night, Black Comedy, The Voice of the Prairie, and Moon Over the Brewery.

In 2011, Traci was the Assistant Director for WaterTower Theatre's production of The Traveling Lady in Dallas, TX (Marion Castleberry, Dir).

Traci also continues to perform as an actress; her roles have included such classics as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Viola in Twelfth Night, Mariane in Tartuffe, and Andromache in The Trojan Women. Most recently, she appeared as the Mother in Federico García Lorca's Blood Wedding.

Traci's interests extend to playwriting. Her original work, Three In One, was honored as a finalist in the CITA playwriting competition.

Traci Ledford's thesis project was Cyrano de Bergerac.

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