” After years of near reclusive existence,Grace makes a long awaited PUBLIC APPEARANCE; On this UNIQUE and EXTRAORDINARY occasion, La doyenne lays aside her Mantle of Mystery to share the secret of her Life and Loves, her Passion and Pain, her Heights of Glory and Depths of Despair. Grace gives you her story FROM THE HEART, toujours avec humilié et dignité. This, her last performance, marks a GLITTERING MILESTONE IN THEATRICAL HISTORY…”
« See Grace and die happy. That’s the message of the Grand Opera of Oklahoma, and frankly I couldn’t agree more » (the Stage)
« Finely performed » (the Independent)
« Ever memorable…quite captivating… this most diverting show which provoked the most ready, natural laughter I have heard from an audience this entire festival » (the Scotsman)
A Grand Opera of Oklahoma production / devised and performed by Andrew Davenport and Kate France with the pianist Fiona Fleck / with the participation of Olive Davenport / Lighting : Andrew Stickland / Sound : Jon Pinsky
Performances: Edinburgh festival 1988, Brighton Festival Spring 1989 , Centre Charles Peguy, London, ICA, (Institute of Contemporary Art) London as part of the Ripple Effect, National Revue of Live Art, Glasgow.