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Whitney Grace


Punta Gorda native Whitney Grace appears as one of Jesus’ disciples in Godspell, on stage at Players Circle Theatre April 16 through May 12. She was seen most recently as a featured singer in Southwest Florida Theatre’s production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s A Grand Night for Singing and Broadway Divas. Other credits include Sister Hubert in Nunsense alongside Gulfcoast Symphony.

Whitney Grace is not just a talented actress. She is also a gifted singer and entertainer. Her one-woman cabaret musicals, Showstopper: A Love Letter To Broadway and The Lullaby of Broadway: A Tribute to the City That Never Sleeps, have taken audiences on unforgettable journeys through the world of song. Filled with heart and soul, these shows have graced stages at Cape Cabaret, The Ascot Experience, The Charlotte Harbor Events Center, as well as prestigious country clubs throughout Florida. In 2022, she even claimed victory in the ‘Punta Gorda Chamber’s Got Talent’ Show, further cementing her reputation as a dynamic and captivating performer.

Whitney’s star has also shone brightly at esteemed venues like Palm Beach Dramaworks in The Science of Leaving Omaha (Ruth Ellen), the Maltz Jupiter Theater in Hairspray, Mamma Mia, and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Gablestage in White Guy on the Bus (Molly), The Wick Theatre in Milk and Honey (Barbara), Cinderella (Gabrielle), Brigadoon, Crazy For You, and West Side Story (Minnie), TheatreZone in The Secret Garden (Martha), and The Show Palace in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Sarah).

Beyond the spotlight, Whitney owns and operates Growing With Grace Studios, a performing arts school nestled in Arcadia, FL. A homeschool graduate and alumna of Palm Beach Atlantic University, Whitney’s commitment to excellence was acknowledged with the prestigious Women of Distinction Award.

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