GINGER GRACE: National Tour: The Presidents (opposite Rich Little). Off-Broadway: The Glass Menagerie, directed by Austin Pendleton (Top Ten Best Revivals of 2019, theatrescene.net, The Wild Project); The Saintliness of Margery Kempe (Perry Street Theatricals); Miss Julie (The Pearl); Elektra and Faust and Hamlet (CSC Repertory, Classic Stage Company, directed by Christopher Martin). NY Theater: New Perspectives Theatre, Mother of Invention, Mississippi Mud. Regional: The First Ladies Coalition; The Belle of Amherst; Inside Emily Dickinson: Her Poetry & Her Life (written by Ms. Grace); Eleanor Roosevelt: Her Secret Journey, and The Color of Light, by Jesse Kornbluth (Schoolhouse Theater, directed by Bram Lewis); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Penobscot Theater); Doubt (WSCC). Ms. Grace thrives on the work of new playwrights including Jason Jung’s PANIC!, Alyssa Haddad’s Peace and Quiet, Jenny Lyn Bader’s In Flight, Fengar Gael’s Devil Dog Six, and Deborah Savadge’s The Favor. Film: Wedding March (WINNER: Hollywood International Moving Pictures Festival; Best Actress Nomination, Catskill International Film Festival), 6-minute Mom, Frat Star (opposite Chris Elliott), SHEER. Ms. Grace has a passion for bringing out the creativity and voice of students through writing and acting — and has taught workshops throughout the country in conjunction with The Belle of Amherst; and for over 6 years, worked with inner-city students in the CASA Program in New York. She is a Member of the League of Professional Theatre Women, Dramatists Guild and Playwright’s Gallery.
“The audience was bubbling over like a freshly opened champagne bottle with so much enthusiasm for Ginger’s heart rendering performance.”
WRRW Revolutionary Radio Williamsburg
“The students are still reveling in the show here!”
Sheila Hefffernon, Chair, Performing Arts Center, Northfield Mount Hermon School
“Ginger Grace had us captivated. An excellent interactive presentation, it was realistic, engaging and powerful. Bravo!”
Cynde Lahey, Programming Director, Norwalk Public Library