“The Song Of Grendelyn” at Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey

“The Song Of Grendelyn”
by Russell Davis

It's every mother's fear. You leave your child at home for the day and someone strange turns up. While Hannah, a recently widowed writer of children's stories, is off at a book signing, her old friend and now famous rock star Melinda Avery shows up to take a nap in Hannah's room before her triumphant hometown concert. Melinda's not in a good mood and she's not used to being pushed around, but she didn't expect Siggy, Hannah's unimpressed eleven year old daughter who wants her to go sleep in the guest room and won't take no for an answer. Their fateful struggle, and Hannah's intuitive sense that "something is going on at home," points out the invisible connections between us all and how the healing of our wounded spirits takes odd and circuitous paths

World Premiere

Performed by Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey
At Playwrights Theatre
Performances ran
Thursday, April 7, 2005 thru Sunday, April 24, 2005
Directed by John Pietrowski Has Bio