New York City based artist Grace Slear most recently celebrated their Broadway debut in Jagged Little Pill in which they understudied the role of Jo. Grace’s theatrical credits also include Urleen in Kennedy Center’s Footloose directed by Walter Bobbie, the Stephen Brackett led New York workshop of Refer Madness, and developmental readings of new musicals A Girl and a Boy Dance by Marshall Pailet, and Black Box by Matthew Lee Robinson and Scott Morris.
At home with large and intimate audiences, Grace has recently appeared in concert at 54 Below and Green Room 42. As part of performing arts training organisation Broadway Dreams, Grace has served as an international Teaching Associate, having been mentored by their many industry leaders including Founder Annette Tanner and Emmy-nominated choreographer Spencer Liff.
Growing up in a restored barn home in a small Pennsylvania town, Grace is grateful for The Center for the Performing and Fine Arts in West Chester PA, alongside Broadway Dreams, for paving the way towards their professional career. In their downtime, Grace voraciously develops their craft and personal songwriting portfolio.