Workplace drama can become pretty intense. There’s competition, romance, team building activities, promotions and middle management, all in balance along with getting on with the actual job.
With a nonsensically take-no-nonsense attitude Tracy will worm its way into your heart
A position has opened upstairs for a new Head of Sales and Tracey wants the job. She has been beaten to it before, but this time it’s surely hers. She is the team leader of a small group of dedicated staff who are willing to follow her every demand. She is a tough woman ready for anything and will not let the awful Lucy from next door stand in her way. Through a fantastically funny team building game i.e extensive hide and seek, and a nonsensically take-no-nonsense attitude Tracy will worm its way into your heart.
The performers are spot on in their portrayal of a petty workplace. Each actor pulling constant laughter from the audience. There is never a dull moment, and a guaranteed giggle at the end of every line. The production itself isn’t particularly clever or ground-breaking but simply unadulterated fun. At times the plot feels a little samey but the actors ensure that the energy doesn’t drop. Despite how ridiculous and over-the-top the characters and situations are, they still have a core that is oddly familiar. We’ve probably all met a Tracy. Well written and delivered with impeccable timing and skill, Tracy truly embraces the Fringe spirit with its own unique relatable yet absurd brand of comedy.