Musical theatre star Grace Mouat has launched her very own unfiltered podcast called Cut to the Grace.
In this new series, Grace, who is best known as the original Six super swing as well as for her current role in &Juliet, will be chatting with friends, old and new, who all have their own unique stories to tell.
According to her podcast bio, “From West End stars, up and coming music artists, writers, vloggers, life coaches, TV actors and personalities, Grace will ‘Cut to the Grace’ (chase) and ask them all the juicy questions on how they became the person they are today.”
In her first episode, which was released on Friday, Grace chats to her fellow &Juliet cast mate Nathan Lorainey-Dineen about their show experience, the challenges he’s faced in his career, as well as his exciting singer-songwriter project LORDIN which tackles important themes including homophobia and racism.
Listen to the first episode of Cut to the Grace below.
You can also check out some visual version snippets from the podcast below which includes backstage footage.
Other confirmed guests for this series of Cut to the Grace include Grace’s fellow &Juliet stars Melanie La Barrie, Ivan De Freitas, and Oliver Tompsett, as well as Wicked and Come From Away star Alice Fearn and Dreamgirls and Waitress star Marisha Wallace.
In addition to her musical podcast, Grace is also a vlogger and has been sharing hilarious YouTube videos over the past few months. From challenges with her parents to her passion for sustainable fashion, her channel gives the perfect insight into what makes Grace, Grace! Subscribe to her channel now.
Cut to the Grace is available now on Acast.
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