Traci Reynolds performed in last year’s hit, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Traci originates from the Blue Ridge Mountains of NC. Her father was a theatre teacher and her mother a costumer, so it was natural that she was almost born at a cast party, and was performing on stage at the age of three. At eight years of age, she was also singing solos in church and performing for live televised charity benefits. In NYC, she appeared on ABC’s Ryan’s Hope, and later on Late Night with David Letterman. Traci has sung and danced her way through 22 countries, performing in the U.S. and Asian Tours of Annie, and the European Tour of Best of Broadway, along with numerous jobs in theme parks and on cruise ships. Among her other credits, she was featured in a Wal-Mart commercial, the soundtrack of Hedwig and the Angry Inch and in commercials. Living in NYC for 11 years, Traci performed in many NYC piano bars and in many critically acclaimed cabaret shows that won Bistro, MAC or Nightlife awards, sharing the stage with such artists as Heather McRae, Steven Schwartz, Freda Payne, Ann Hampton Calloway, Ben Vereen, Annie Golden, BJ Crosby, Nellie McKay, Lea DeLaria, Rue McClanahan and Key West’s own Terri White. In 2007, she was nominated for the NightLife Award for Best Piano Bar Entertainer in New York City. Traci is now thrilled to call Key West her home and would like to thank her family and friends for their constant support.