Four Utah playwrights began writing 10-minute radio plays for ages 12+ on April 16. Then, on April 24, four creative teams were randomly created. Each team had access to the expertise of the creative team that’s been creating radio drama together for over a decade (Matthew Ivan Bennett, Cheryl Ann Cluff, David Evanoff, Jay Perry) and rehearsed virtually, recorded all of the components in isolation by April 29, and then edited and finalized their piece with sound engineer to start airing April 30 and May 1. You can stream them now with the Plan-B Theatre Company FREE App from Wednesday, June 3, 2020 - Monday, August 31, 2020. *** Elaine Jarvik’s MY EYES ARE CLOSED SO PLEASE DON’T TEXT ME Syd is stranded 100 (or possibly 500!) feet in the air. Now she’d give anything to hear the sound of a real person on the other end of her phone. Director: Morag Shepherd Actor: Kallie Filanda Sound Designer: Jennifer Jackson Jenny Kokai’s REACTING TO MYSELF IN AN APOCALYPSE!!!!! (Not Clickbait) (Gone Wrong) What happens when YouTube’s most famous, energetic, always-positive star meets the apocalypse? Director: Alicia Washington Actor: Darby Mest Sound Designer: Joe Payne Melissa Leilani Larson’s LITTLE KARL A harrowing true story about good fences and bad neighbors. Director: Mark Fossen Actor: Brenda Hattingh Sound Designer: Jessica Greenberg Jenifer Nii’s INFLUENCER An influencer gets more than she bargains for when she uncovers the secrets of a mysterious group living on the outskirts of town. Director: Alexandra Harbold Actor: Isabella Reeder Sound Designer: Joe Killian
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Music by Jason Howland; Lyrics by Mindi Dickstein; Book by Allan Knee; Based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott Join Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy March in the beloved Louisa May Alcott classic about learning to find your place in a rapidly changing world. Set in stunning New England, this triumphant story will leave you cheering through tears!
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Babcock Performing Readers Presents “An Evening With A.A. Milne,” with selections adapted by Gordon S. Jones, Thursday 3 November at 7:30 in the Little Theater in the University of Utah Student Union. Admission is free,
Everyone knows A.A. Milne as the creator of Winnie the Pooh, but few know of Milne’s more serious writing – which was considerable, though generally with a light touch. With excerpts from his contributions to Punch magazine, and other occasional essays, director Gordon Jones shows a different side of this insightful, creative, and thoughtful man. Always whimsical, Milne used humor to call attention to many of the niggling problems that plague and puzzle us yet today.
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inspired by ROBECK, in ENDING LIFE: Ethics and the Way We Die
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