Grace is a NYC-based dancer and storyteller who has performed on stages across the world.
Originally from Atlanta, Grace moved to NYC to attend college and study dance with the greats. She became a dedicated student with teachers, such as Patti Wilcox, Suzi Taylor, and Ray Hesselink. While she was thankful to grow up in a studio with such serious ballet training, she gladly traded in the pointe shoes for LaDucas and hopped into any theatre dance class she could find, craving to learn original Broadway choreography. Though she spent most of her time at STEPS on Broadway while attending NYU, she graduated with honors from Gallatin School of Individualized Study with the Concentration: "Creative Revolution: Visual Culture and Social Change" and has been dancing professionally in the city and beyond ever since.
She's performed in New York City in the Career Transitions for Dancers Gala with Randy Skinner at City Center, the Lucille Lortel Awards, and BC/EFA's Easter Bonnet. Internationally, she originated the new show Hollywood to Broadway in Shanghai, China. She's also been seen in regional productions of Mary Poppins, Singin' in the Rain, Amigo Duende, The Wiz, and Sweet Charity. Moving into TV/Film, Grace recently shot an episode for Cinemax's The Knick that will air next Fall. You can find her dancing and creating in NYC... and plotting her next travel adventure.
In addition to dancing, Grace tames her wanderlust over on The Lupine Blog and also works as a content creator and social media strategist. You can find her sneaking up onto any rooftop she can to catch the sunset. Feel free to reach out to Grace: firstname.lastname@example.org | @graceefree