Neil Wechsler’s Grenadine has been chosen as the second winner of the Yale Drama Series. The play was selected by Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright and contest judge Edward Albee. Grenadine is the fantastical story of a man’s quest for love in the company of three devoted friends. Albee writes, “I found it highly original. . . . The questions the play asks and the answers...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published October 27th 2009 by Yale University Press
(first published 2009)
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I am this appreciation. Play that I like. My favorite character is Grove. I love Pyx too but something about Grove gets me. The Turtle and the Ducks are a really great little insertion: "Am I a burden?" There is a cartoon sensibility that translates really well. At first my thought was that this one would be difficult to stage, but I think there is plenty of room for the cartoon stuff on a big stage. I would like to see these four rascals spearfishing in front of an audience. It would be hard to...more