"The Grandkid bridges the generation gap with wisdom, wit, and warmth." —Mark Leiren-Young, winner of the Leacock Medal for Humour
"The Grandkid is undeniably charming in a Mordecai Richler sort of way. But John Lazarus is also witty and thoughtful and intelligent and he looks at the unique relationship between grandfather and granddaughter with tremendous honesty, generosity, and wry humour." —Jo Ledingham
"The Grandkid is a superb play; it should be an annual Christmas classic in every Jewish theatre in the country. (Feel free to substitute Hanukkah for Christmas if you wish.)" —Wayne Grady, author of Emancipation Day
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