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The Screaming Woman

Based on a Short Story by Ray Bradbury
Adapted for Radio by Sylvia Richards
Originally Produced on the Radio Series Broadcast “Suspense” on November 25, 1948

Directed by Brad Nies
Technical Theatre Direction by Kevin Patrick
Costume, Makeup, and Hair by Jennifer Patrick

Synopsis

While playing in a vacant lot behind her house, little Margaret Leary hears a screaming woman from beneath the ground. But when she tries to tell her parents and her friends, no one believes her. Margaret is forced to investigate on her own...a choice that may prove to be deadly!

Safety is Our First Concern

Staged radio plays are performed straight out, into microphones, and do not regularly involve actors conversing face-to-face with each other. All shows will be produced with in-person rehearsals using appropriate PPE. All shows will be performed with an adherence to social distancing of actors (a minimum of 6’ away from each other) and remote audiences. Actors will not share microphones, costumes, or props during a taping session. Performances will be filmed in a closed studio environment without live audiences.

How to Watch the Staged Radio Drama

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