Kathleen GraceKathleen Grace may be younger than other television producers, but she is quickly making a name for herself by working in new and emerging genres. Her first appearance in the world of entertainment came with the creation of the Suitcase Players theater troupe. This company worked in quite a different manner than traditional theater teams. Instead of performing on the stage, Kathleen Grace led the team to use the streets of New York City as their own personal stage where they acted out abbreviated versions of classic theater pieces. Grace has worked on regular television programs, but it is her role in the development of Internet television that has brought her to the head of the genre.
The first major breakthrough of Internet television came with the success of The Burg, a program that traces the lives of many artists and pretend artists that are growing up in a gentrified area. Of the many online television programs that started to appear in 2006 when the Internet became mainstream, it was The Burg that garnered the most attention. With a relevant subject matter and competent amateur actors, the show found fans across the country that could identify with the hipsters that sprouted in many areas of gentrification.
After being the producer and director of The Burg for nearly three years, Kathleen Grace decided to start a new show. The resulting Internet television program was called The All For Nots and featured a band as the main characters of the show with the same name as the program’s title. Again, Grace was both producer and director of the program and quickly brought the program to the same level of attention as her previous works. Both The Burg and The All For Nots are still active programs and a person that would like to see Grace’s prowess behind the camera should check out the latter show.