Caroline S. Grace

Caroline is a B.A. Theater studies major, with an emphasis in acting and directing for both theater and film. Growing up as the second youngest in a family of five children, she desperately sought an outlet for self-expression (and perhaps a little more attention!) so she began her acting, voice, and dance training at the age of nine and has been hooked ever since. Caroline received her first professional role in 2009 with 11:11 Theater Company in Boston where she played Nora in the world premiere of The Quite Infinite. She also had the opportunity to travel to Edinburgh, Scotland to perform in the 2005 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In addition, Caroline has participated in a conglomerate of student films, doing both acting and voice over work, and is a classically trained soprano vocalist. With an open heart and an open mind, Caroline looks forward to a wild roller coaster of a journey that this life has to bring.

Caroline S. Grace

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REASONS TO BE PRETTY          Lead                                    Emerson College

THE QUIET INFINITE                 Supporting                        Boston Center for the Arts

GODS: A PASSION                        Supporting                         St. Paul’s School

THE LARAMIE PROJECT           Ensemble                           St. Paul’s School

PASSION FRUIT                              Lead                                    St. Paul’s School

THE NIGHT THOREAU SPENT  Supporting                       Walnut Hill School



GRAY AREA                                                       Lead                    Dir: George Tunis

PLEASURE, AMUSEMENT, PAIN              Lead                    Dir: George Tunis

SUMMER IN UTOPIA                                    Supporting          Dir: Justine Bevilacqua

THE PRESCEDENT                                         Supporting           Dir: Tony Yacenda




Scene Study            Kay Cole                      Emerson College

Scene Study            Craig Mathers            Emerson College

Scene Study            Kathryn Rossetter      NYU CAP21

Voice                        Tessa Lang                  NYU CAP21

Voice                       Moran Abouloff           Humboldt Schule, Leipzig

Voice                       Ellen Nordstrom-Baer  St. Paul’s School


St. Paul’s School, Concord, NH, Magna Cum Laude

B.A. Theater Studies, Emerson College


Classically-trained soprano vocalist, intermediate downhill skier, conversationally fluent in German, serious yoga practitioner, chess, and advanced ice hockey player.


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