In our podcast we take short plays of 10-15 minutes and adapt them for an audio only presentation. Special thanks to Le Chat Noir, a Black Box Theatre in Augusta Georgia, for providing support, space, encouragement and access to actors. Plays. Theater. Performance Art.
On a crowded Greyhound bus, during a snow storm, two strangers discuss life, cosmopolitan magazine, and Catholic School. Originally performed at Le Chat Noir "Quickies 2019", written by Chris Garcia and Directed by Jezibell Anat. Voiced by the original performers Joseph Zuchowski and Christine Williams.
Amidst a drought, a couple grapples to save their marriage despite obstacles that have been placed in their way.
Written By Gretchen Suarez-Pena . Acting by Marty Matfess and Courtney Danielle Westman.
October 11 is National Coming out day. This short play looks at the lives of fake Canadian Girlfriends on October 12.
A short play written by John Bavoso. Performed by Sanj Singh and Courtney Danielle Westman. Produced and Directed by Marty Matfess
Based on “An Avenger,” a short story by
ANTON CHEKHOV and adapted by Roy Proctor. Performed by Brandon Dawson and Courtney Danielle Westman. Directed for podcast by Marty Matfess. This radio adaptation of Chekhov’s 1887 short story “An Avenger” is based on Proctor’s stage adaptation, also titled “Settling the Score,” which was adapted from Constance Garnett’s English translation of Chekhov’s Russian text. Chekhov’s story and Garnett’s translation, first published in 1921 in “The Horse Stealers and Other Stories by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov,” are in the public domain. Contact us at email@example.com. Contact Roy Proctor at Royproctor@aol.com
A few friends and I were messing around with creating a play from scratch, completely improvised (and later edited). Courtney Daniel Westman, Annaleesa Rogers, Bryson Chapman and Marty Matfess. A fun/funny little story.
A short play which takes place in a living room after the funeral of a teenage boy. Sad but with redemption. Acted by Krys Bailey, Courtney Danielle Westman, Julianna Johnston and Paige Blackcloud. Written by Marty Matfess