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Grace Rudolph

Grace Gannon Rudolph studied theatre and worked in summer stock. She has directed community theatre and cable network productions, founded a radio theatre, and taught courses in playwriting for adults and children. After raising six rowdy, wonderful children she returned to college and received her bachelor's degree in Social Work from Bridgewater State University. She has lectured and written extensively on senior healthcare. Elder's Statements: One-Act Plays and Monologues addresses problems we all eventually, sorry you too, will cope with, using gusto and a zest for living. We're All In This Together is a two-act play that opens channels of communication between teens and adults on hard to face topics. Humor and compassion are threads she weaves through her work and her life. That said, Ms. Rudolph also believes everyone needs a little chill down the spine once in a while and that's why she wrote Rural Nightmare. Her plays are published by Samuel French.


Samuel French Titles by Grace Rudolph