Grace has been performing onstage and in front of the camera since she was very young. She loves to sing, dance, and act. She also enjoys costume design and construction, puppet making, puppeteering, painting, and makeup design.
She and her brother, Corbin, performed in NYC in a brand new musical workshop, The America Project: A New Musical, that premiered off Broadway at the Sheen Center. Her other theatre credits include: Arkansas Repertory Theatre: Bye Bye Birdie, Willy Wonka, Jr. (Dance Captain/ Featured Dancer), World Premiere of Project Elan, Mary Poppins (US Jane Banks), ELF the Musical ; Argenta Community Theater: A Chorus Line (Bebe), Big River (Mary Jane Wilkes), World Stage Premiere of Mrs. Miniver (Judy Miniver), The Secret Garden (Mary Lennox), Fiddler on the Roof (Bielke), Jesus Christ Superstar (Ensemble), and A Christmas Carol (Belinda Cratchit/Fan); The Studio Theatre: Into The Woods (Little Red Riding Hood) NLRHS: Alone,Together (Emilia), Guys and Dolls (Mimi/ Dance Captain), Seussical (Mayzie La Bird), The Little Mermaid (Flounder), A Delightful Quarantine (Jennifer Wigglin), Mirth and Mayhem (Vicky), and A Family Reunion to Die For (Lola), Broadway Musical Revue.
Grace has been seen in many commercials, television, and films, including HBO's True Detective (Season 3), MarVista Entertainment's Lifetime movies, A Deadly Grudge and My Daughter's Double Life, Don't Say My Name, IT KNOWS, Love to Letter, Tunnel Vision (nominated for Best Picture at 48 Hour Film Project), Ian’s Workshop, Toy Wars, With You, Seating Clayton, Miss Otis Regrets, SimCity, Facebook, Fire Engine Red (Second Chance Film Fest First Place International winner; 48 Hour Film Fest-Best Story winner, runner up Best Film, audience choice winner), Antiquities, Pretty Near Perfect promo, and the comedy series, “The Left Turn.”
She has been featured nationally and internationally in print ads and catalogs. www.gracejpitts.com or IMDb.me/gracepitts.
Grace is a BFA Acting major at the University of Alabama (Class of 2025). She is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority and a part of the UA Theatre and Dance Department. In high school, she was a member of the Dance Troupe, Choir, International Thespian Society, Tri-M Music Society, National Honor Society for Dance Arts (Honor Graduate), 2021 Class of Distinguished Young Women of Arkansas, was chosen as a 2020 Inspiring Teen for Inspiring Teen Magazine, a member of the Arkansas Repertory Theatre’s pre-professional Teen Ensemble, a Heart Ball Sweetheart for the American Heart Association (recipient of the Silver Service Award), and selected as a Girl of Distinction for the Arkansas Women’s Hall of Fame. She was an Assistant Teacher for the Arkansas Repertory Theatre's Education at the Rep Middle School Musical Theatre program and the ACTing Up Arts program at the Argenta Community Theater.
Grace's brother, Corbin Pitts, is a filmmaker, actor, singer, and dancer. You can find out more information on him at www.corbinpitts.com or IMDb.me/corbinpitts.