Gracie is our resident "Audrey Hepburn" look-a-like and lady crooner singing hits such as "Moon River" and "City Lights." Her tap routines regularly draw standing ovations as she emulates the original steps of Hollywood greats such as Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell.
"The most delightful mix of
song, dance, comedy . . ."
Ric LaCivita - RISE Entertainment
Coincidentally, Gracie impersonates comedian Gracie Allen, recreating classic Radio Era routines, including Gracie's iconic media stunt and run for president of the United States . . . "everyone knows a woman is better than a man when it comes to introducing bills into the House!"
Gracie loves to dance, compose music, play the piano, and study Production and Stage Management. She directed and produced over 50 productions, including "Singin' In The Rain," "White Christmas," "The Sound of Music," and "Little Women - The Musical." In addition, she has appeared on ABC and NBC, and worked with HBO.
Life goals include putting the musical she co-wrote with Lacy on Broadway, opening a NY-style music venue in Charleston, and publishing her original musical compositions. She loves the opportunity to invest her time and talent in her community and inspire young people to pursue their dreams.