Tracy Hazas is a stage/screen actor based in New York. SAG-e/AEA. Represented by KMR Talent and Abrams Artists.

TRACY HAZAS (SAG-e/AEA) is an actor and movement director from Louisville, Kentucky now based in New York. She made her feature debut in White Rabbit, at Sundance 2018. She’s half Cuban; Hazas rhymes with the Spanish casas.

Tracy has performed at various NYC theaters including New York City Center, Dixon Place, Abrons Art Center, Theater for the New City, HERE Arts Center and Punchdrunk’s McKittrick Hotel. She's collaborated with director Niegel Smith and performance artist Susana Cook; and been featured in physical theater works by choreographers Charles Moulton and Annie Loui. She is an affiliated artist with Counter-Balance Theater. Regionally, she’s performed at the Aurora Theatre Company and CenterREP in the Bay Area, among others. 

Teaching includes Stanford University, Emerson College Los Angeles, Montclair State University and Queens College. BA, Smith College (Comparative Lit & Spanish); MA, NYU Tisch School (Performance Studies); MFA, UC Irvine (Acting).


NEWS: The feature White Rabbit was released at Laemmle Glendale (LA) and all digital platforms in September 2018. Directed by Daryl Wein and written by Wein and Vivian Bang, it’s a “fast-moving, funny film that’s as alive as the city of Los Angeles” (LA Times).

Tracy provided voiceover for the podcast The Organist, produced by KCRW and Andrew Leland. Listen for her in their awesome episode, “Secret Life of Plants.”

In December 2018 she teamed up with the commercial department at Abrams Artists in NYC. She’s since booked spots for Lotlinx and Pearson, and recorded narration for the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation.

IN DEVELOPMENT: Hillary Miller’s new play Get Out, Hide Out, Help Out, Fight, slated for the Bushwick Starr; and an original movement theater piece called The Rachel Maddow Dances: Consuming Queerness and Breaking News.