In an old regional theatre, Alfie, a comedian who performed as the male half of a double act re-enters the stage… as Zora, a woman.  A charming, funny rollercoaster through show business, gender, spirituality, identity and love.

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“Reddin-Clancy…solid comedy chops.  Many a witty aside and rambling opinions on everything from Brexit politics to dating.  An important statement about gender fluidity …Grace is a brave work… an ambitious undertaking from a talented performer…a powerful and provocative piece of theatre.”  Broadway Baby

“A neatly etched figure of poise… a remarkable, versatile talent who sets a very high bar indeed… Reddin-Clancy has a flair for bon-mots, sharp one-liners, word play and comic commentary… around performance, failure…artistic struggle.  “Art does not fill the fridge,” she sagely proclaims.  Particularly impressive was her killer routine as (the) agent … Everything comes together for a finely honed finale… ambition, self-worth and acceptance are woven into a moving reflection…(her) skills as a writer come to the fore, the show’s combination of styles really clicks.  Fresh from a successful run at Adelaide Fringe and marks Reddin-Clancy’s return to Melbourne after 5 years, when her show ‘Kate Middleton Show Queen’ was a hit. Here’s hoping she doesn’t leave such a lag next time.”  Herald Sun 

“Katie Reddin-Clancy’s acting and delivery were superb.  Her brilliance shines in the details… The writing was clever, authentic and witty…  The characters are voices of femininity, power, love, self-discovery — where dreams mesh with reality.”  The Advertiser

“It’s delivered via some fine writing, punchy one-liners…Experience and intelligence show: her delivery is confident, clear and assured. It is a pleasure to watch her, to be beguiled by her characters and to be left with plenty to think about.”   Stage Whispers

“Remarkable in its originality and daring, Grace is an excellent performance showcasing a talented performer…a story about identity and love.  As you scan the Fringe’s schedule it could be easy to miss… but it would be a mistake.  Charming, funny and witty.”  Tulpa Magazine

“Grace” is topical, diverse… an excellent independent Fringe show.”  Adelaide Theatre Guide

“Reddin-Clancy creates some wonderful characterisations and the comic delivery of the stand-up aspects of the script is spot on…ts heart is pure and strong.”  Broadway World

“Make no doubt about it – this is a brave performance.  Go see it…the talented actress is well worth seeing.”  Weekend Notes

Currently on an international tour:

  • 04 – 18 March @ Tuxedo Cat for Adelaide Fringe Festival
  • 27 March – 1 April @ The Butterfly Club for Melbourne International Comedy Festival
  • 4-7 May and 2-3 June at The Theatre Box in The Warren for Brighton Fringe Festival
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival