Audience Blog

Audience Blog #14: Tracie Rhesean Davis (Chicago)

Audience Blog #14: Tracie Rhesean Davis (Chicago)

Progress Theatre’s “Audience Blog” features responses to live PT performances written exclusively by show attendees we meet on tour.

How did you hear about PT?   — My friend from high school (Rebekah Stevens) is in the show!

Was this your first PT performance, workshop or engagement?   — Yes, it was!

When was the last time you made progress?   — I try to make progress every day. I’ve recently been trying harder to engage in conversations with people who have opposite viewpoints as me. It’s challenging, but helps me build empathy for them, and helps them understand me better.

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“WOKE RUMINATIONS”

Tracie Rhesean Davis is an operatic soprano known for her rich, robust voice and heartfelt emotional performances. Since receiving her master’s degree in voice, Davis has kept busy working as a freelance singer, teaching voice lessons, and performing with the Musical Activists of Chicago, a group co-founded by Davis, whose mission is to create musical performances which foster healing, education, awareness, and activism for social justice. Learn more about Tracie as a performer on her YouTube Channel and about her work with Musical Activists of Chicago at facebook.com/musicalactivistsofchi.

⇐⇐ Read Audience Blog #13: “It All Begins With Awareness” by Hanna Khan

Progress Theatre

March 29th, 2017

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