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In less than four years on the San Francisco Bay Area theatre circuit, after breathing new life into radio classics like 'The Shadow' in 2015, followed by the staging of 'Slay Bells Ring (Are you listening?),' four comedic original one-acts which played to sold out houses at the Hotel Petaluma in 2016, the Petaluma Radio Players, the North Bay's most eclectic and energized radio theatre company, are continuing to churn out a cornucopia of radio plays including vintage dramas like 'One Way Passage' (1932) and 'Trifles' (1916), and modern fare like the tear-jerking 'The Next Move' and in-stitches comedic noir parody, 'Story: A Detective Story.' We produce two radio plays per month. Join our podcast. Join our mailing list: info@petalumaradioplayers.com. Prepare to giggle and cry.
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NOT HERE YET

NOT HERE YET

2019-03-0324:26

NOT HERE YET by award-winning New York playwright, William Ivor Fowkes. If the trains run on-time, well most of the time, why would the world's busiest subway system need a stay-at-home spouse to reassure would-be passengers that one is coming along any minute now? Is there something in her own life that seems to be stuck in-transit? Is it perhaps too late for this empty housewife to get her relationship back on track? PLAYWRIGHT BIO:William Ivor Fowkes is a playwright and author based in New York and Connecticut. He has been a FINALIST for the Reva Shiner Comedy Award and the W.Keith Hedrick Playwriting Contest and a SEMIFINALIST for the Playwrights First Award, the Promising Playwright Award, and the Princess Grace Playwriting Award. His plays have been presented in 14 states. Several have been published. For more information about the playwright and his works, please see my website, www.williamivorfowkes.com.
Behind-the-scenes with PRP producers Kendra Murray and Ralph Scott during 'The Greater Good,' a half-hour KPCA-FM (103.3 Sonoma County, CA and www.kpca.fm) that celebrates community involvement, hosted by Barton Smith. (Special producer-producer wedding recap if you listen through the end!)
One man's emotional junk is another man's personal fortune in this unsettling one-act drama by Ohio playwright, Trace Crawford.
CHEKHOV'S REVENGE

CHEKHOV'S REVENGE

2018-11-0532:33

CHEKHOV'S REVENGE by Roy Proctor. Though Anton Chekhov is widely revered as the father of modern drama here in the West, did you know that in his native Russia, he is better known for the hundreds of short stories, novellas and sketches he authored during his medical school days until he died of tuberculosis in the early 20th century at the age of 44? Well, the comic timing and irony in the next two scenes is likely to kill you, too… with laughter.  
The Petaluma Radio Players present a comedy by Peter Marino and Tom Ecobelli that puts the dead pan in bed pans. Can laughter raise your blood pressure?  Perhaps. But if nothing else, the Grandmother in this story will likely cure your funny bone from the aches and pains induced by perpetually clicking your TV remote.  
PSYCHO SANTA

PSYCHO SANTA

2018-10-1407:56

Delusion and illusion hit a Christmas Eve cross-current, and Santa must face off with his conflicted reality.PLAYWRIGHT BIO:Vivian C. Lermond is an award-winning playwright who has penned 36 one-act plays that have entertained audiences in the US, Mexico, England and Scotland. Her full-length drama/comedy, 'Back to Bethlehem (PA)', premiered Off-Broadway in 2006 at the Manhattan Theatre Club. In addition to her stage plays, Vivian has also written two full length screenplays that were awarded first place in two highly competitive screenwriting contests. Vivian has taught playwriting at a local college and has facilitated playwriting workshops at writing conferences. She is currently Executive Story Editor for Gallagher Literary, an LA talent management company, where she evaluates pitches and screenplay submissions. She also freelances for afilmwriter.com, where she is a script analysis specialist for stage plays. Vivian has been a proud member of The Dramatists Guild since 1998.
When NPR affiliate, KRCB-FM, Radio 91, brought in the Petaluma Radio Players to record ten on-air promos, they probably had no idea what they were in for...
When NPR affiliate, KRCB-FM, Radio 91, brought in the Petaluma Radio Players to record ten on-air promos, they probably had no idea what they were in for...
When NPR affiliate, KRCB-FM, Radio 91, brought in the Petaluma Radio Players to record ten on-air promos, they probably had no idea what they were in for...
When NPR affiliate, KRCB-FM, Radio 91, brought in the Petaluma Radio Players to record ten on-air promos, they probably had no idea what they were in for...
When NPR affiliate, KRCB-FM, Radio 91, brought in the Petaluma Radio Players to record ten on-air promos, they probably had no idea what they were in for...
When NPR affiliate, KRCB-FM, Radio 91, brought in the Petaluma Radio Players to record ten on-air promos, they probably had no idea what they were in for...
When NPR affiliate, KRCB-FM, Radio 91, brought in the Petaluma Radio Players to record ten on-air promos, they probably had no idea what they were in for...
When NPR affiliate, KRCB-FM, Radio 91, brought in the Petaluma Radio Players to record ten on-air promos, they probably had no idea what they were in for...
When NPR affiliate, KRCB-FM, Radio 91, brought in the Petaluma Radio Players to record ten on-air promos, they probably had no idea what they were in for...
When KRCB brought in the Petaluma Radio Players to record ten on-air promos, they probably had no idea what they were in for...
THE SENTINEL

THE SENTINEL

2018-05-0627:00

Long time building resident, Gillie (SHIRLEY BENNETT) shares support and gossip with new-in-town tenant, Mara (DORI O'DEA) in 'The Sentinel,' a half-hour drama by New Jersey playwright Hal Corley which asks audiences to consider the uncomfortable superimposition of old time neighborhood values onto de rigeur measures to ensure self-preservation in a world of suicide and stalkers. Troupe member Emily Lord makes her directorial debut in this Petaluma Radio Players production.
Our drama during this week's presentation will make you long for the days of your youth when you couldn't wait for the bell to ring and detention to be over. When your favorite subject was lunch, not math or biology, gym or poli-sci. After all, who needs gym and poli-sci when there were politics and summersaults aplenty in the Teachers Lounge? At least at this high school. The Petaluma Radio Players present our first installment from the 1950s classic 'Our Miss Brooks' radio series. This episode: 'A Plaque for Mr. Conklin.'
CONTAINS NUDITY

CONTAINS NUDITY

2018-04-0227:00

CONTAINS NUDITY, by Auckland, New Zealand playwright Rex McGregor. Set in a nursing home where spending one's twilight years is taken to an entirely new dimension. Who knew rest homes could be so...animated?
THE GREYSON VARIATIONS

THE GREYSON VARIATIONS

2018-03-1127:00

'THE GREYSON VARIATIONS,' by Nelson Clark. This P.R.P. radio drama is a study in what is real…and what you perceive is real. The play exposes the depths one researcher will go to embrace the human soul even if we're compelled to ask if the soul is real...or created. And what does 'created' mean, after all? And what, exactly, defines humanity? Is the answer black and white. Or perhaps a shade of grey somewhere in between, somewhere within ….The Greyson Variations.
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