About the Book
Winner of the National Playwriting Competition
Grace charts the lives of six remarkable people in one day–a day when each one’s life is inexorably changed. As their paths intersect, these strangers affect and transform one another in astonishing, often hilarious ways. A heart-wrenching yet life-affirming exploration of fate and attraction, investigating what it means to achieve the grace of meaningful, if fleeting, human connection in the city.
News & Reviews
“The sensitivity and poetry of MacLennan’s vision–not to mention the technical facility displayed by his ability to link the stories–make for an interesting evening.” —Victoria Times-Colonist
“Grace tackles innocence lost with poetry worthy of Blake … .With alarming candour, MacLennan sets a ballast of humour to round out what is deeply entertaining drama. Grace is magnificent.” —Victoria News
About the Author
Michael Lewis MacLennan is a playwright, screenwriter, and producer who divides his time between Toronto, Vancouver, and LA. His plays include Grace, which won the Theatre BC National Playwriting Competition, The Shooting Stage, which won the Herman Voaden National Playwriting Competition, Beat the Sunset, which won the Sidney Risk Award for outstanding emerging playwright and the Theatrum National Playwriting Award, Leaning Over Railings, The Fabulous Life, The Good Egg, and Last Romantics. His work in television includes writing for Being Erica, Flashpoint, Bitten, and Bomb Girls.