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Liz Mikel 

A gifted all-around entertainer who sings, acts and dances, Liz Mikel’s talent is boundless. Appealing to audiences of all ages around the world, Liz has appeared on theater stages internationally and on Broadway (including more than 30 Dallas Theater Center productions). She’s also made her mark in television, (Friday Night Lights and Dallas); in films, (Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins and Get On Up!) and commercials, picking up numerous awards along the way.

Ms. Mikel has opened for internationally renowned artists; Lucky Peterson, Erykah Badu, Branford Marsalis, and Isaac Hayes and done numerous voice-overs. Liz is a perennial favorite of everyone who loves superb vocals and charisma.

 

Tracy RectorTracy Rector

Tracy Rector is passionate about serving the community by working to end domestic violence and providing educational opportunities for local underprivileged youth. She is currently serving her fourth year on the board for SafeHaven Tarrant County. Her personal experience with domestic violence adds a personal nuance to her advocacy for SafeHaven.

As a member of the Feasibility Committee for the new Cristo Rey Fort Worth High School, she is working along side others to bring this innovative, college-prep school to local youth living in poverty, opening Fall 2018. Other community efforts include coordinating a Birthday Buddy program for children brought by CPS to Catholic Charities and being an advocate for Catholic Charities Ft Worth’s End Poverty campaign.

Tracy lives in Colleyville with her husband, Greg Fitzgerald. They enjoy spending time at their home in Salida, Colorado as well as with their five adult children and three grandchildren who all live in the area.