Grace in Ann Arbor
Pre-stardom, she played at Lydia Mendelssohn
From the May, 2014 issue
Sixty-three years ago this month, Grace Kelly appeared on stage at the U-M's Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Kelly was twenty-one, and her first movie, Fourteen Hours, had come out just two months earlier; she was more than a year away from her breakthrough role opposite Gary Cooper in High Noon.
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