When sisters GRACIE & LACY were just 8 and 10 years old, they dreamed of going into show business. They made a curtain out of bedsheets, hung it on a garden hose across their garage door, and “Broadway On The Driveway” was born . . . and yes, the fiddler was on the roof! Today, Gracie & Lacy are sought after nationwide for both live performances and educational programing, drawing fans of all ages. Educators love that Gracie & Lacy weave many SC Academic Standards into their glittering performances!
School Performances | Library Concerts | Summer Reading Programs | Museum Programs | Conference Programs | Hispanic Heritage Observances | Black History Month | Women's History Month
Programs Available In Person or as Virtual Experiences!
"We had the best time with Gracie and Lacy today. Thank you to everyone who joined us!" #LibrariesRock
Leslie Koller - Dorchester County Library
"The Gracie and Lacy WWII presentation is action-packed! The ladies sing, dance, and teach their way into the hearts of students at all grade levels. Their presentation reviews WWII curriculum standards including life on the US home front, fashion, culture, USO performances, supporting the GIs, letter writing to bring up the morale, the draft, and popular 1940s music. Throughout the interactive performance, students learn to dance, play instruments to accompany the performers, and act as a soldier writing letters home during the war. Students thrive and retain information through hands-on learning and this is the foundation of the Gracie and Lacy Show!"
Mary Huffman, Carolina Park Elementary
2015 Teacher of The Year
Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
"Gracie and Lacy know history and make it come alive through their performances...They have innovative ideas to mix music with many different educational areas, including all fine arts classes, social studies, physical education, and language arts. Their talents in the visual and performing arts, costume and scene design, dance, choreography, and voice are extraordinary, and they cover so many South Carolina Standards."
SC Educator & School Administrator (retired)
"...Grammar school age children were singing, and then following the dance steps performed by Gracie and Lacy on stage, and dancing, and loving every moment...Gracie and Lacy provide in their performances a live musical experience, with dance, and at the same time, share with the younger members of their audiences, the history behind the song, or how the dance is performed. It’s a great demonstration of teaching the arts on stage to music and dance!"
Founder, A Backpack Journalist