Lexington resident, Lexington High School alumni, and graduate of Furman University, Tracy Steele has been a professional instructor with Columbia's Ballroom Company for over 15 years, in addition to having served as adjunct dance faculty for Midlands Technical College and USC Sumter. He has appeared onstage or behind the scenes as a performer or choreographer in over 40 productions for Columbia area theaters, most recently playing the role Dr. Caius in South Carolina Shakespeare Company’s The Merry Wives of Windsor, while simultaneously choreographing the recently opened production of Addams Family at Town Theater. Other credits include: Spamalot (Lancelot); Oliver (Mr. Bumble); King Lear (Earl of Kent); Some Like It Hot (Choreographer); The Servant of Two Masters (Florindo Aretusi); Miss Saigon (Choreographer); Pride & Prejudice (Mr. Bingley); Grease (Choreographer), Plaid Tidings (Jinx); South Pacific (Lt. Cable); The Drowsy Chaperone (Robert); Gypsy (Choreographer); The King & I (Choreographer); The Secret Garden (Albert Lennox and featured choreography); Twelfth Night (Sebastian); Othello (Montano); Man of La Mancha (The Duke/Dr. Carrasco); Ragtime (Younger Brother); MasterClass (Anthony Candolino); Bye Bye Birdie (Albert); Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Joseph); and The Pajama Game (Sid). He serves as a tenor soloist and cantor for Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Columbia, and is president of Broadway Bound Vista Theater Project, whose production of the musical Snoopy opens in July at M Space in the Vista.