In our R&D In Process Series, members of our 2019-20 R&D Group take us behind-the-scenes of their projects in development. Today, Kate Douglas and Grace McLean let us in on a work session for their new musical "Against Women & Music!" It will receive a work-in-progress showing on June 29 at 3pm.
Grace McLean is an actor, singer, writer and composer. Broadway: Natasha, Pierre... (also Off-Broadway, ART). Off-Broadway: New Group, MCC, LCT3, Public, Vineyard, La MaMa, among others. 2017 Emerging Artist Award, Lincoln Center. Grace McLean & Them Apples performed in the 2015 and 2016 seasons of Lincoln Center’s American Songbook, and Grace toured Pakistan and Russia as an artistic ambassador with the US State Department. She is a member of the 2020 Civilians R&D Group and a Writer-In-Residence at Lincoln Center Theater where her original musical In The Green was commissioned and produced, earning her the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical as part of 6 Lortel nominations, including for Outstanding Musical. She also received a 2020 Richard Rodgers Award. www.gracemclean.com
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