Danny, King of the Basement
In two years, Danny and his mom have moved more often than most kids lose teeth. ..
When Danny moves into a new basement apartment, the kids he meets seem to have way more problems than just being hungry. But Danny’s imagination creates a community that allows his friends to cope with their problems and ultimately to help Danny—because his crisis isn’t losing a home. It’s gaining one…
"David S. Craig shines a penetrating light on the mind set of a wanting kid most citizens would drive by thoughtlessly on one of our sorry streets. Funny, real and ultimately uplifting. "- Kevin Prokosh, Winnipeg Free Press
"Impressively blending contemporary realities and enduring emotional truths, Craig fashions Danny into a prince of a play. "- Jon Kaplan, NOW Magazine
"…everything that you want a show for young audiences to be… written with insight and compassion by David S. Craig around a very important theme: the thin but seemingly uncrossable line that divides the haves from the have-nots in our society. "- Richard Ouzounian, Toronto Star
"Entertains, instructs and uplifts us, all without ever stooping to patronize. A powerful piece of theatre that speaks to all of us. "- John Coulbourn, Toronto Sun