PDC's Philly DramaCast

PDC's Philly DramaCast

By PhiladelphiaPlaywrights
PDC's PHILLY DRAMACAST - The Philadelphia Dramatists Centre's new Philly DramaCast stars the playwrights, actors, and producers of the Greater Philadelphia area in ten-minute short plays, complete with music and sound effects all done by local artists.
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9: "The Oboe Player" by Keenya Jackson
“The Oboe Player” by Keenya Jackson. Jade’s looking for a boyfriend who likes her for who she really is. And Abdul’s looking for a China doll oboe player. Tonight’s players are Dana Liu as Jade and Joshua Jones as Abdul. And now, it’s time for the show. We open on a date in an intimate Chinese restaurant. Philly DramaCast is a production of the Philadelphia Dramatists Center (PDC). To see all of the latest readings, shows, and workshops the PDC provides, visit pdc1.org. You can follow Philly DramaCast on Facebook, and the PDC on Facebook and Twitter. 
 This episode was produced and directed by Caitlin Cieri. Editing, mixing and original music by Charles Primerano
. Production, recording and hosting by Robert Ruelan.
11:06
April 11, 2020
8: “Lucy Isn't Real” by Leah Lawler.
“Lucy Isn't Real” by Leah Lawler. Amelia's dealing with her anxiety after a recent breakup. And anxiety is a real bitch. Tonight’s players are Leah Lawler, Caitlin Cieri, Robert B. Ruelan and Spencer Ventresca. And now, it’s time for the show. We open on Amelia, by herself, in her apartment. Philly DramaCast is a production of the Philadelphia Dramatists Center (PDC). To see all of the latest readings, shows, and workshops the PDC provides, visit pdc1.org. You can follow Philly DramaCast on Facebook, and the PDC on Facebook and Twitter.  This episode was produced and directed by Caitlin Cieri. Production, recording and hosting by Robert Ruelan.
20:44
March 4, 2020
7: “Committed” by Shelli Pentimall Bookler
“Committed” by Shelli Pentimall Bookler. Two couples on two different dates are having the same fight in the same restaurant. Tonight’s players are Katherine Perry, Spencer Ventresca, Joshua Jones, and Alexandra Doman.  And now, it’s time for the show. We open on an upscale restaurant on date night. Philly DramaCast is a production of the Philadelphia Dramatists Center (PDC). To see all of the latest readings, shows, and workshops the PDC provides, visit pdc1.org. You can follow Philly DramaCast on Facebook, and the PDC on Facebook and Twitter.  This episode was produced and directed by Caitlin Cieri. Production, recording and hosting by Robert Ruelan. Editing and mixing by Charles Primerano. Original Music by Charles Primerano. Recorded at the Spruce Hill Community Association in Philadelphia. All rights reserved.
15:31
March 4, 2020
6: “Heartburning” by Robert Castle
“Heartburning” by Robert Castle. A prep cook breaks her boss's heart and the whole restaurant is dragged into their fight. Tonight’s players are Julianne Layden as Sherry, Larry Beck as Nelson, and Marjorie Bicknell as Marguerita.Note: “Heartburning” is interactive, and you can choose how the show ends by skipping forward on your device. And now, it’s time for the show. We open on a small restaurant during its dinner rush... Philly DramaCast is a production of the Philadelphia Dramatists Center (PDC). To see all of the latest readings, shows, and workshops the PDC provides, visit pdc1.org. You can follow Philly DramaCast on Facebook, and the PDC on Facebook and Twitter.  This episode was produced and directed by Caitlin Cieri. Production, recording and hosting by Robert Ruelan. Editing and mixing by Charles Primerano. Original Music by Charles Primerano. Recorded at the Spruce Hill Community Association in Philadelphia. All rights reserved.
14:57
December 12, 2019
5: “The Tale of the Spooky Turnip” by Greg Nanni
“The Tale of the Spooky Turnip” by Greg Nanni. Halloween is right around the corner, and its the perfect time of year for stories about ghosts, monsters, and...vegetables? Tonight’s players are Vinny Ali as Eddie and LaPorscha Rodgers as Kelly.  And now, it’s time for the show. We open on a valley at midnight on All Hallows Eve… Philly DramaCast is a production of the Philadelphia Dramatists Center (PDC). To see all of the latest readings, shows, and workshops the PDC provides, visit pdc1.org. You can follow Philly DramaCast on Facebook, and the PDC on Facebook and Twitter.  This episode was produced and directed by Caitlin Cieri. Production, recording and hosting by Robert Ruelan. Editing and mixing by Charles Primerano. Original Music by Charles Primerano. Recorded at the Spruce Hill Community Association in Philadelphia. All rights reserved.
14:52
November 5, 2019
4: “The Birdseye Lowdown” by Alexander Wilkie
“The Birdseye Lowdown” by Alexander Wilkie. In this play, we go to the mean streets of New York City, where two fast-talking gumshoes are interrogating a suspect in a murder case…but you’ve never seen a case like this in any Phillip Marlowe novel. Tonight’s players are Vinny Ali as Detective Morgan, Bashir N. Babbar as Detective Reed, Spencer Ventresca as Frankie Butler and Kate McGrath as Dr. Stark. Philly DramaCast is a production of the Philadelphia Dramatists Center (PDC). All rights reserved. To see all of the latest readings, shows, and workshops the PDC provides, visit pdc1.org. You can follow Philly DramaCast on Facebook, and the PDC on Facebook and Twitter.  This episode was produced and directed by Caitlin Cieri. Production, recording and hosting by Robert Ruelan. Editing and mixing by Charles Primerano. Original Music by Charles Primerano. Recorded at the Spruce Hill Community Association in Philadelphia.
09:05
November 5, 2019
2: “David Austin” by Pat McGeever
“David Austin” by Pat McGeever. You’ll be getting a peek inside Simone’s stately Center City apartment, right when an assassin from Murder, Incorporated stops by with a vase full of roses. Tonight’s players are Carol Moog as Simone and Joshua Jones as Flip. And now, it’s time for the show. We open on a penthouse apartment in Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia. a valley at midnight on All Hallows Eve… Philly DramaCast is a production of the Philadelphia Dramatists Center (PDC). To see all of the latest readings, shows, and workshops the PDC provides, visit pdc1.org. You can follow Philly DramaCast on Facebook, and the PDC on Facebook and Twitter.  This episode was produced and directed by Caitlin Cieri. Production, recording and hosting by Robert Ruelan. Editing and mixing by Charles Primerano. Original Music by Charles Primerano. Recorded at the Spruce Hill Community Association in Philadelphia. All rights reserved.
12:21
November 5, 2019
1: “Dora's Dynamic Dates” by Marjorie Bicknell
“Dora's Dynamic Dates” by Marjorie Bicknell. In this play, two lonely people discover they are the only attendees of a speed-dating event run by a computerized program. Tonight’s players are Robert B. Ruelan as Ted, Keenya Jackson as Sara, and Caitlin Cieri as Dora.  And now, it’s time for the show. We open on a hotel meeting room set up for the speed dating session. Philly DramaCast is a production of the Philadelphia Dramatists Center (PDC). To see all of the latest readings, shows, and workshops the PDC provides, visit pdc1.org. You can follow Philly DramaCast on Facebook, and the PDC on Facebook and Twitter.  This episode was produced and directed by Caitlin Cieri. Production, recording and hosting by Robert Ruelan. Editing and mixing by Charles Primerano. Original Music by Charles Primerano. Recorded at the Spruce Hill Community Association in Philadelphia. All rights reserved. www.pdc1.org
12:52
November 5, 2019
3: "King in the Castle" by Caitlin Cieri
“King in the Castle” by Caitlin Cieri. In this play, a king is visited by his son in a castle just off I-76 West. Tonight’s player is William Burrison as The King.  And now, it’s time for the show. We open on Castle Dragonhill… Philly DramaCast is a production of the Philadelphia Dramatists Center (PDC). To see all of the latest readings, shows, and workshops the PDC provides, visit pdc1.org. You can follow Philly DramaCast on Facebook, and the PDC on Facebook and Twitter.  This episode was produced and directed by Caitlin Cieri. Production, recording and hosting by Robert Ruelan. Editing and mixing by Charles Primerano. Original Music by Charles Primerano. Recorded at the Spruce Hill Community Association in Philadelphia.
05:58
November 2, 2019