by Matthew Ivan Bennett Staged Radio Drama, Radio Broadcast, Fully-Staged Production, or Virtual Theatre, SLEEPY HOLLOW is a very flexible piece. Lose
by Cheryl Ann Cluff Three actors and a sound effects artist perform an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s story “The Premature Burial”.
by Cheryl Ann Cluff Three actors and a sound effects artist perform an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s story “The Tell-Tale Heart”.
With an introduction by Melissa Leilani Larson Ghosts • an Ibsen classic translated and adapted by a master • (translated and adapted from the
INTRODUCTION by Jerry Rapier, Artistic Director, Plan-B Theatre Company Amerigo • about Christopher Columbus, just not as most know him • Premiered by
by Matthew Ivan Bennett Another Halloween offering! An original play based on a ghost story from Salt Lake City. In Lavender, a young
by Matthew Ivan Bennett Another Halloween offering! An original play based on a ghost story from Salt Lake City. Exile spins a
by Matthew Ivan Bennett An adaptation of the Brothers Grimm stories to their original, dark tellings. This version of Rapunzel isn’t your
by Matthew Ivan Bennett An adaptation of the Brothers Grimm story to their original, dark tellings, The Juniper Tree is not nostalgic
by Matthew Ivan Bennett Staged Radio Drama, Radio Broadcast, Fully-Staged Production, or Virtual Theatre. An adaptation of three beloved Grimm Brother stories
by Matthew Ivan Bennett If you celebrate the Holidays with this French Christmas legend, you might want to take the kiddies out
by Matthew Ivan Bennett O. Henry’s classic Christmas story “The Gift of the Magi,” originally published in 1905, it is a straightforward
by Matthew Ivan Bennett “The LITTLE MATCH GIRL” based on Hans Christian Andersen’s story A short lyrical adaptation of the tragic and
by Cheryl Ann Cluff Three actors and a sound effects artist perform adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe’s stories “The Tell-Tale Heart” and
by Matthew Ivan Bennett Another Halloween offering! Two original plays – Lavender & Exile – based on ghost stories from Salt Lake
by Matthew Ivan Bennett Mary Shelley’s horror classic Frankenstein – adapted for radio. Shelley’s 1818 novel was originally subtitled ‘The Modern Prometheus,’
by Matthew Ivan Bennett In 1862, Lewis Carroll created a tale to delight a little girl. That girl of course was named
by Matthew Ivan Bennett In this radio adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle,” Holmes & Watson
by Matthew Ivan Bennett WHEN A NAME SAYS IT ALL! An adaptation of three beloved Grimm Brothers stories to their original, dark
by Matthew Ivan Bennett Staged Radio Drama, Radio Broadcast, Fully-Staged Production, or Virtual Theatre. The Host of RADIO HOUR talks about the
by Matthew Ivan Bennett Celebrate the Holidays, with three stories. The first two are family-friendly classics: “The Gift of the Magi,” originally
by Matthew Ivan Bennett Staged Radio Drama, Radio Broadcast, Fully-Staged Production, or Virtual Theatre. What if the Pledge of Allegiance ended with
by Matthew Ivan Bennett A dark comedy about an internet troll who becomes a real one. A comedic send-up of fairy tales
by Matthew Ivan Bennett Staged Radio Drama, Radio Broadcast, Fully-Staged Production, or Virtual Theatre, CIRCLE is a very flexible piece. Nothing quite
by Eric Samuelsen Three short plays about Mormon women confronting their own culture, each with a cast of three. In Bar and
a ten-minute play by Eric Samuelsen The macabre humor, the mock-social-status-consciousness of the ‘very rich’ and those wanting to associate with them
a ten-minute play by Eric Samuelsen Three English speaking friends, newly arrived in America, are searching the web for a school, an
by Eric Samuelsen What Is Truth? Is it defined by power? If so, it may not be truth at all! From 1996-1998,
by Eric Samuelsen A meat-packing magnate, his daughter, and his second wife play the games and vie for the immense fortune at
by Eric Samuelsen There was a robbery in a restaurant meat locker. Marie thinks she knows who did it — a guy
Freely adapted from Leo Tolstoy’s novella by Eric Samuelsen THE MIND OF A MURDERER DRIVEN MAD BY UNFULFILLED PASSIONS AND BEETHOVEN’S MUSIC
by Eric Samuelsen It takes courage to pretend to be someone you are not in order to be who you are. The
by Eric Samuelsen Murder. Aggravated Robbery. Years spent in the system. The grand-children know little to nothing. His parole is imminent and
by Eric Samuelsen In the world of Donkey Kong we find 5 Princess Zeldas: the Proud, the-full-of-pain, the girlfriend-not-a-princess, the Actor-princess, the
by Eric Samuelsen Eric (the playwright) had been reading a book called MOBY DUCK, about bath toys that washed off a cargo
by Eric Samuelsen The greatest place for being bored is the DMV. The thing most often done at the DMV is waiting.
by Eric Samuelsen Heaven, Hell, the Void, and… a fourth place — not often considered, as we slip away into that unknown
a ten-minute play by Eric Samuelsen Five teenaged cousins at the wedding of another cousin. What can’t go wrong with an overly-demanding
a 10-minute play by Eric Samuelsen Picture a post-apocalyptic scenario, with an Adam and Eve, now ejected from a Garden, ruefully remembering
a ten-minute play by Eric Samuelsen (Suitable for all groups) A Prince/Knight in shining armor, his fair maiden, and Jesper the self-loathing
by Eric Samuelsen In the summer of 1942, economists Friedrich Hayek and John Maynard Keynes spent a night on the roof of
by Eric Samuelsen A PERFECT PLAY FOR INTERNET, ZOOM, OR STREAMED THEATRE PERFORMANCE As one of the captives of the Trojan War,
by Eric Samuelsen INTERSECTION is a snapshot of today’s world, a quick glance at troubled friendships, broken families, and domestic violence. Nine
a play by Eric Samuelsen Seven young people find themselves desperately lost in an unexpected fog in the mountains. Taking refuge in
by Morag Shepherd Eight-year-old Flora has lived in six foster homes since the age of five. One day Flora meets Bee and
by Elaine Jarvik This is the story of five-year-old JJ (who has lots of questions) and eight-year-old Izzy (a know-it-all
by Eric Samuelsen Each has been dating someone else, but due to a situation where they work, they are now inside Jason’s
by Eric Samuelsen Two BYU students go to Nevada to get civilly married for a weekend so they can see what sex
RADIO HOUR Episode 8 by Eric Samuelsen It’s a dark, funny story of three misanthropic, alcoholic writers of a sickeningly sweet children’s
by Eric Samuelsen Two roommates, Carlene and Courtney, spend an evening watching questionable content, wondering about men, and eating pizza in their
by Eric Samuelsen The play takes place inside a BYU-approved housing apartment in Provo, Utah where Kim and Trent are not sure
by Eric Samuelsen Peculiarities is an exploration of LDS attitudes toward sexuality, in particular situations in which moral rigidity and sexuality collide
a play by Eric Samuelsen What makes our acts moral? Is any practice “just business”? Can Book of Mormon lessons speak to
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One of America’s most powerful stories created for only FOUR performers.
The struggle over voting rights for women in the second State ever to adopt that amendment: Utah.
Two dogs in an Animal Shelter — what better location for a play about prejudice and overcoming fear
A father and a mother confront the suicide of their adult gay son, whose male partner visits the gravesite at the same time, where they enact a mock funeral. The discussion follows the tack of seeing and hearing someone when they are still alive.
Anyone can feel ‘different’ from others at times. It is never a small thing. This short play celebrates difference and allowing difference and tolerance, no matter what.
One of Ibsen’s most controversial plays, ‘Ghosts” deals with drugs and Eric Samuelsen’s translation/adaptation brings the story a modern twist while remaining faithful to the original play.
The power of secrets drives Ibsen’s “A Doll House”, and in this new translation/adaptation, Eric Samuelsen brings the play into the 21st Century
This play examines the difference between orthodoxy and true faith as parents of faith, discover their faithful son is gay.
Discover how a family can be ripped apart by a father’s corporate vision through greed and abuse of the workers in his plant, in the play with ripped-from-the-headlines themes.
The play about Columbus and a relationship with Vespucci, Machiavelli and Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz as they debate, in Purgatory, about everything America stands for in this play about personal, social, religious and political discovery.