Why See Darling Grenadine?
Darling Grenadine Is a New Musical with a Wonderful Contemporary Score
Set in modern-day Manhattan, Darling Grenadine centers on songwriter Harry and his girlfriend Louise, brother Paul, and his Labrador Retriever Paul. Through Paul's eyes, the story explores romance and reality and how they intertwine.
Darling Grenadine is directed by Kristin Hanggi who is best known for being the director of Rock of Ages, which went on to receive five Tony Award nominations. Harry will be played by Bryan Fenkart, who starred in A Sign of the Times last summer. Illusion is at the center of Darling Grenadine with plenty of tricks, stage magic and props appearing out of thin air for you to be in awe of.
Cast and Creative
Book, Music and Lyrics by Daniel Zaitchik
Scenic & Projection Design by Edward T. Morris
Costume Design by Tilly Grimes
Lighting Design by Ben Stanton
Sound Design by Jay Hilton
Music Direction by David Gardos
Choreography by Chase Brock
Directed by Kristin Hanggi
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