Jeannie Lynn Gray

Now starring in her popular, one-woman show “Shades of Gray,” which has some of the best-loved songs of Broadway and Standards and a few lesser-known songs close to Gray’s heart.

Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Jeanne grew up in the South Florida area. Though she had a love of music and theatre from an early age, thanks to her mother, it wasn’t until high school that the acting bug really hit her. It was there and at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York that Jeanne learned to harness and shape the talent and creativity that she uses today.

In 2004 Jeanne was chosen as the title role of Queen in the Cy Coleman/Ira Gasman musical “The Life.” The wildly successful performance earned her critical success and netted her both the Carbonell and Curtain Up Awards for Best Actress in a Musical. Following her success in “The Life,” Jeanne was cast as Vicki in the musical “The Last Session,” which earned her a 2005 Carbonell nomination for Best Actress in a Musical. Since then Jeanne has appeared and starred in many traveling productions and musical revues.

Jeanne’s talents also include script writing and producing: Co-writer and producer of the show “A Question of Time” in 2006, director and producor of the musical revue “Butter My Popcorn with Broadway” and assistant director of numerous productions with the revue company KP Productions (

Stepping outside of theatre, Jeanne has been performing with the band TK Blue ( – an electrifying three-girl group that fronts a stellar band whose repertoire includes Jazz, Blues, Rock ‘N Roll and Motown.

Jeanne has also been performing with her own band, entertaining at Mayor’s Galas to Jazz Festivals, with its unique blend of Standards, Jazz and Broadway tinged with a bit of a Latin Beat.