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Run Time: 24 minutes

Recorded live on November 13, 2019

Produced with Radio on the Lake Theatre

(c) 2020 Playwrights Local


Les Hunter: Les’ recent plays include To the Orchard (Playwrights Local and JPP 2016 International Jewish Playwriting Contest Top 10 Finalist); Down by Contact (Dobama Theatre and Playwrights Local); Weimar (Baldwin Wallace University); and with his wife Elana, Aponibolinayen Visits the Sky (Talespinner Children’s Theatre). He also wrote for all three parts of the collaboratively written NYC hit, The Jackson Heights Trilogy (Theatre 167). Playscripts, Brooklyn Publishers, and Indie Theatre publish and license his plays. He is the Ohio Regional Representative for the Dramatists Guild of America and the 2019/2020 Cleveland Public Theatre Premiere Fellow for playwriting.


Christine McBurney is an award-winning theatre artist, educator, and writer. Member of SDCF 2019-20 Observership Class, Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, Directors Lab West & Directors Lab North. Co-Artistic Director, Mamaí Theatre (2010-2017). Grants: National Endowment for the Humanities, The Globe Theatre in London, Shakespeare & Company, and The Juilliard School. BA, Columbia. MFA, Kent State. Lecturer at Baldwin Wallace Theatre & Dance. SDC Member. www.christinemcburney.com


John Busser (Erik) is an actor/writer in the Cleveland area who is a regular cast member of Flanagan’s Wake, beginning its eleventh season in January 2020. He is the co-runner of Cleveland Public Theatre’s writers workshop, The Dark Room, which helps new and seasoned playwrights test drive new work.

Cathleen O’Malley (Gabriele) is an actor, writer, director, and producer. She is a graduate of the London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA) and has traveled the world creating and performing original work. Recently, Cathleen premiered her solo play Milkdrunk at the 10th Annual United Solo Festival at NYC’s Theatre Row. www.cathleenomalley.com

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John Watts


Radio on the Lake Theatre is dedicated to the preservation, creative development and educational outreach of the radio theater genre. Through performances of classic scripts, new play development, educational initiatives and outreach to visually impaired children and adults, Radio on the Lake Theatre seeks to become a guiding light for radio drama in the Northeast Ohio region and beyond.