Grace Power is a Los Angeles based actor, singer, and creative known for her commanding vulnerability and unassuming strength on stage and screen. She recently graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Theatre and Economics. During her time at USC, she has performed in short films, musical theatre, and multiple School of Dramatic Arts productions, including playing the lead role Hiro in Leah Nanako Winkler’s Kentucky. Additionally, Grace has worked as a music director and performed with the USC Chamber Singers, singing on stages from Carnegie Hall to Eastern Europe cathedrals. She is also the co-founder of Modern Minority Theatre Co., USC’s first student organization with the mission to empower underrepresented artists. In her free time, Grace enjoys songwriting, finding new coffee shops, and soaking in the sun.