Grace Power is an actor and singer known for her commanding vulnerability and unassuming strength on both stage and screen. Grace is finishing up her degree at USC's School of Dramatic Arts; she has performed under the direction of Tim Dang & Tamara Ruppart, as well as worked with Gabriella Santinelli and casting director Dan Shaner.
Growing up with a love for music, Grace has continued to develop her legit soprano voice, as well as skills for tap and ballroom dance. Most recently, she has performed musical theatre with the USC Musical Theatre Repertory and StageWorks Fresno. Additionally, Grace has performed with the USC Chamber Singers under the direction of conductor Jo-Michael Scheibe and composer Craig Hella Johnson. She has performed on stages ranging from Carnegie Hall to Eastern Europe cathedrals.
Grace also co-founded Modern Minority Theatre Co., USC's first student organization with the mission to empower underrepresented artists. As a member of this company, she has worked as a producer, as well as Artistic Director/Vice President. Outside of this company, Grace has also worked as a music director, songwriter, and composer.