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Grace brings the storytelling of the theater to a brand new level! Penned by Craig Wright, famous for writing episodes for "Six Feet Under" and "Lost," Grace is keeping theatergoers in their seats and wanting more! Purchase your Grace theater tickets now!
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Grace Theater Tickets

Of all the stage productions to be released in the last couple of years, few are as unique as Grace. Penned by Craig Wright, the captivating story has been a big hit among audiences thanks in large part to its famous cast and well-written dialogue, and anybody who picks up Grace tickets will surely agree.

The show, which opened in 2012, is told in a manner not commonly seen in live theater. The play opens on three corpses, each of whom reanimate to show the audiences the events leading up to the final moments in reverse order.

Grace stars some big names, including Paul Rudd, Ed Asner and Oscar nominee Michael Shannon. Rudd plays a God-fearing businessman named Steve who often butts heads with his more scientific neighbor Sam, a conflict which helps bring the audience to the scene in the play's opening.

Much like the Christopher Nolan film "Memento," Grace puts a unique twist on traditional storytelling, and though it's a newcomer to the stage, it's likely to become a classic play in the years to come.