GRACE has been nominated for BEST NEW PLAY at Brighton Fringe.

2018 tour:
Tuxedo Cat (Adelaide Fringe),
The Butterfly Club (Melbourne Comedy Festival)
The Theatre Box: The Warren (Brighton Fringe)
Gilded Balloon (Edinburgh Fringe)

“Sharp observations on the entertainment industry… Reddin-Clancy is delightful onstage.  The List.

“A journey of gender, life and love. Grace…impressively weaving between genders and characters…The quick, sarcastic gags and sharp dialogue was well written and Reddin-Clancy did a brilliant job.”  Ed Fest Mag

“The fringe is perfect for performances like Grace…full of fascinating contradictions…about the drag and theatre industries.” Three Weeks

“The strength of this show is Katie’s razor sharp…barbed tongue and her skill as a comedian. Katie is a skilled performer with fantastic delivery – I look forward to seeing her shine.”  One4Review

“A barn storming whirlwind performance… Tremendous hour of thought-provoking fun.” GScene.

“Beautiful…haunting and poetic…Deliciously observed character comedy. Mesmerising and witty piece of comedy theatre. Reddin-Clancy’s performance is powerful, intelligent and funny. Go see this show for laughs and food for thought.” Mumble Theatre

The enigma that is Grace. Grace is not comedy, not cabaret, not theatre, it is all…in the body of one actor….in a gender-bending, time-melding, quick-stepping menagerie of theatrical homage.  Katie Reddin-Clancy, a performer to be reckoned with, the kind of individual you couldn’t pin down if you tried.  Grace plays with artifice…like a magician that reveals their tricks…. laying the cards of the gender fluidity conversation clearly on the table. When she sings, it is wonderful… the flamboyance.  Like Katie’s performance, it is indefinable, of infinite variety.  Come one, come all, come down and embrace the carnivalesque world of this unique performer’s mind. The Empty Blog Space

“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

KATE MIDDLETON SHOW QUEEN at La Boheme (winner of Best Venue), a 55 seater for Adelaide Fringe Festival 2013 and Red Bennies a 300 seater for Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2013.

• “Darn good writing throughout…great insights into life, smashing one-liners plus Reddin-Clancy is a quality performer” – Adelaide Theatre Guide
• “Reddin-Clancy’s acting is first-rate and I am left wanting to see more of her” – Herald Sun
• “Katie Reddin – Clancy’s prodigious acting talents make the show worth seeing” – Heckler
• “A brunette Bridget Jones, passionate and captivating… the perfect girls’ night out” – Rip It Up
• “Kate Middleton Show Queen is a bittersweet show about finding one’s place in life. It is also a display of talent, wit, fantastic delivery and zeal!”
• “Reddin-Clancy combines humor, wit and intriguing storytelling with a raw performance…” – Fringe Benefits
• “This show ranks number 6 for Week One of Adelaide Fringe” – The Australian
• “…well observed and beautifully delivered” – Adelaide Now

Click here for Onya Magazine interview.


Josh Pais: (Movies: A Beautiful Mind, Phone Booth, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Sex in the City and The Sopranos.)
“Katie has an originality and aliveness in her work that will make a name for her in the entertainment industry.
She has a delicious blend of spontaneity, focus, unpredictability, and compassion that allows her to bring whatever material she is working on to life.”

Robert Bella: (Actor/Dir; Colin Fitz)
“Katie is a smart actress, has great instincts and takes direction with ease.”

Anya Saffir: (Dir; for Atlantic and Muse theatre company)
“Katie is an exciting young actress of great presence. Her wit and her work ethic make her a pleasure to work with. She lights up the stage.”

David Broyles: Director; (Homecoming)
“Katie was wonderful to work with and absolutely key in the success of my film. She was punctual, prepared, and very talented – I couldn’t have asked for more. I look forward to working with her again soon!”

Alexander Fodor: 
(Screenwriter/Director; Hamlet)
“Not easy to throw away traditional conceptions of Shakespeare and deliver lines as natural speech (especially at short notice). Katie managed it; few actors can. She is professional to a fault and fun to work with.”

Richard Edwards: (Director; An Ideal Husband/Oneword/Channel 4)
“Katie Reddin-Clancy was a delight to work with. She always arrived on time, fully prepared and ready to start.
 Her natural enthusiasm helped to motivate other cast members, while her acting ability proved itself through the range of characterisations and compelling performances that added positively to the overall quality of our production.”

Archie Whyld (Reviewer of the play, Woodcut)
“…Katie Reddin-Clancy in particular, excelling in the role of Helen. She spans the range showing calculated ferociousness and crumbling into despair with equal measures of riveting truthfulness.”

Jenny Beasley (Reviewer of the play, Woodcut)
“I laughed and cried. Power-house performance from Katie Reddin-Clancy who devastated me.”


Evening Standard, The Scotsman, Herald Sun (Australia), The Australian (Australia), Onya Magazine (Australia), The Stonnington Leader (Australia), Heckler (Australia), The Modern Woman’s Survival Guide (Australia), Adelaide Now (Australia), Rip It Up (Australia), (Australia), The Barefoot Review (Australia), Adelaide Theatre Guide (Australia), Stage Whispers (Australia), Eve Magazine, Mofo magazine,