Ginger Grace

Ginger Grace
Photo by Kristin Hoebermann

GINGER GRACE National Tour: The Presidents (opposite Rich Little). Off-Broadway: The Glass Menagerie, directed by Austin Pendleton (Top Ten Best Revivals of 2019,, 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.

“Passionately devised, poignantly presented a deeply sensitive portrayal inspired by four First Ladies.”
– Kelly Morgan, Fitchburg State University,
Theatre Program Coordinator

“If theatre is a circus, the writing and acting of this one person show is a high wire act!”
– Bill Castellino, Director & Choreographer