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Nan and the Lower Body

Engagingly performed by a full cast, this energetically written play speaks to the comedy and drama underlying women’s most intimate organs and the relationships they inevitably affect. A strong choice for audio drama fans, with appeal for those interested in women-centered stories.
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Exodus: The Shanghai Jews

A short but compelling docudrama that breathes life into the accounts of a too-little-discussed population of Holocaust survivors in Shanghai. Share with educators and general audiobook listeners seeking accounts of Jewish refugees or World War II history.
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The Great Gatsby

A satisfying revamping that hits the highlights of Fitzgerald’s classic novel.

The Confession of Henry Jekyll, M.D.

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking a classic creepy tale with a contemporary spin, presented as an intense and engaging dramatic production. Recommended for fans of horror both old and new, from Stevenson to Stephen King.
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Continuity

A climate-charged spoof of filmmaking superficiality that solidly entertains but doesn’t quite soar. Directed in its excellent audio format by Anna Lyse Erikson and part of L.A. Theatre Works’ “Relativity Series” of science-themed plays.
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What You Are Now

A play that questions and affirms the power of trauma, with mixed results in audio.
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Twelfth Night

Full-cast audio is an excellent way to experience Shakespeare as the author intended, and this well-produced version will please both fans and listeners new to the play. Highly recommended for all audio collections.

Once Upon a Time in Nazi Occupied Tunisia

A gripping production that bears repeated listening.

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Stoppard’s play was meant to be performed just like this, with relish and verve. An outstanding production that makes the most of the audio medium.
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