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Hay Fever (Part Two of Two)
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Three members of an idiosyncratic family are expecting company at their country estate. But when their unsuspecting guests arrive, they find that a weekend with the Bliss family is anything but. Classic Noël Coward. Recorded before an audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in October 1999. Directed by John Rubinstein Tate Donovan as Richard Gratham Arabella Field as David Boies Joy Gregory as Sorel Bliss Coryton Jeffrey Jones as David Bliss Lynne Marta as Clara Serena Scott Thomas as Myra Abundel Carolyn Seymour as Judith Bliss Eric Stoltz as Sandy Tyrell Simon Templeman as Simon Bliss

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Hay Fever (Part One of Two)
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Three members of an idiosyncratic family are expecting company at their country estate. But when their unsuspecting guests arrive, they find that a weekend with the Bliss family is anything but. Classic Noël Coward. Recorded before an audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in October of 1999. Directed by John Rubinstein Tate Donovan as Richard Gratham Arabella Field as David Boies Joy Gregory as Sorel Bliss Coryton Jeffrey Jones as David Bliss Lynne Marta as Clara Serena Scott Thomas as Myra Abundel Carolyn Seymour as Judith Bliss Eric Stoltz as Sandy Tyrell Simon Templeman as Simon Bliss

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Becket, Or The Honor Of God (Part Two of Two)
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Waiting to be punished for his part in Becket's murder, King Henry II re-lives his deeply felt relationship with the saint, once his dearest friend and partner in unbridled decadence. His catastrophic mistake? To appoint Becket Archbishop―for Becket finds his allegiance shifting from king and country to God and Church. Translated by Lucienne Hill. Adapted for radio by Rosalind Ayres. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in November of 2004. Directed by Shirley Jo Finney Asher Book as Young Monk/Ensemble Kevin Daniels as Baron 4/Ensemble Kenneth Danziger as Baron 2/Ensemble Jean Gilpin as Gwendolyn/Queen Mother Alan Mandell as Archbishop of Canterbury/Pope Charlie Matthes as Ensemble Tim Monsion as Baron 3/Cardinal Zambelli/Ensemble Denis O'Hare as Thomas Becket Jennifer Rau as Saxon Peasant/Young Queen Simon Templeman as Henry II John Vickery as Gilbert Folliot Douglas Weston as Bishop of York/Baron 1/King Louis Gregory Wooddell as Ensemble

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Becket, Or The Honor Of God (Part One of Two)
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Waiting to be punished for his part in Becket's murder, King Henry II re-lives his deeply felt relationship with the saint, once his dearest friend and partner in unbridled decadence. His catastrophic mistake? To appoint Becket Archbishop―for Becket finds his allegiance shifting from king and country to God and Church. Translated by Lucienne Hill. Adapted for radio by Rosalind Ayres. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in November of 2004. Directed by Shirley Jo Finney Asher Book as Young Monk/Ensemble Kevin Daniels as Baron 4/Ensemble Kenneth Danziger as Baron 2/Ensemble Jean Gilpin as Gwendolyn/Queen Mother Alan Mandell as Archbishop of Canterbury/Pope Charlie Matthes as Ensemble Tim Monsion as Baron 3/Cardinal Zambelli/Ensemble Denis O'Hare as Thomas Becket Jennifer Rau as Saxon Peasant/Young Queen Simon Templeman as Henry II John Vickery as Gilbert Folliot Douglas Weston as Bishop of York/Baron 1/King Louis Gregory Wooddell as Ensemble

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The Foreigner (Part One)
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What does a shy Englishman in search of rest do when he visits a fishing lodge in America? In Larry Shue’s hilarious farce, Charlie Baker, a proofreader by day and a boring husband by night, adopts the persona of a “foreigner” who doesn’t understand English. When others begin to speak freely around him, he not only becomes privy to secrets both dangerous and frivolous, he also discovers the adventurous extrovert within. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in November of 2002. Directed by Eric Simonson Kenneth Danziger as Sergeant ‘Froggy’ LeSueur Johnny Galecki as Ellard Simms Martin McClendon as Reverend David Marshall Lee Joey Slotnick as Owen Musser Dina Waters as Catherine Simms Paxton Whitehead as Charlie Baker Kate Williamson as Betty Meeks

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The Foreigner (Part Two)
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What does a shy Englishman in search of rest do when he visits a fishing lodge in America? In Larry Shue’s hilarious farce, Charlie Baker, a proofreader by day and a boring husband by night, adopts the persona of a “foreigner” who doesn’t understand English. When others begin to speak freely around him, he not only becomes privy to secrets both dangerous and frivolous, he also discovers the adventurous extrovert within. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in November of 2002. Directed by Eric Simonson Kenneth Danziger as Sergeant ‘Froggy’ LeSueur Johnny Galecki as Ellard Simms Martin McClendon as Reverend David Marshall Lee Joey Slotnick as Owen Musser Dina Waters as Catherine Simms Paxton Whitehead as Charlie Baker Kate Williamson as Betty Meeks

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The Goodbye Girl (Part Two of Two)
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In this unique audio adaptation of Neil Simon’s screenplay, Paula McFadden’s a down-on-her-luck actress who’s forced to take in a new roommate – the eccentric, noisy, and generally unpleasant Elliot Garfield – who also happens to be an actor. As their careers and finances hit new lows, their reluctant partnership threatens to turn into something neither one wants. Recorded live in performance at UCLA’s James Bridges Theater in January 2018. Directed by Rosalind Ayres Ellis Greer as Donna Douglas Anna Mathias as Multiple Characters Matthew Floyd Miller as Elliot Garfield Amy Pietz as Paula McFadden Raini Rodriguez as Lucy André Sogliuzzo as Multiple Characters Inger Tudor as Mrs. Crosby Matthew Wolf as Mark Bodine Adam Wylie as Multiple Characters

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The Goodbye Girl (Part One of Two)
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In this unique audio adaptation of Neil Simon’s screenplay, Paula McFadden’s a down-on-her-luck actress who’s forced to take in a new roommate – the eccentric, noisy, and generally unpleasant Elliot Garfield – who also happens to be an actor. As their careers and finances hit new lows, their reluctant partnership threatens to turn into something neither one wants. Includes an interview with Marsha Mason, who starred in the film version of "The Goodbye Girl." Recorded live in performance at UCLA’s James Bridges Theater in January 2018. Directed by Rosalind Ayres Ellis Greer as Donna Douglas Anna Mathias as Multiple Characters Matthew Floyd Miller as Elliot Garfield Amy Pietz as Paula McFadden Raini Rodriguez as Lucy André Sogliuzzo as Multiple Characters Inger Tudor as Mrs. Crosby Matthew Wolf as Mark Bodine Adam Wylie as Multiple Characters

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Man Of The Moment (Part One of Two)
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The price of accidental fame is hashed out in this comedy about a famous bank robber and the clerk who foiled his biggest heist. Alan Ayckbourn’s 1988 play anticipates the popularity—and absurdity—of reality TV. Recorded before a live audience at the Guest Quarters Suite Hotel, Santa Monica in February of 1994. Directed by Robert Robinson Rosalind Ayres as Jill Rillington Jane Carr as Trudy Parks Kenneth Danziger as Douglas Beechey Martin Jarvis as Vic Parks Ian Ogilvy as Kenny Collins Yeardley Smith as Sharon Giffin

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Man Of The Moment (Part Two of Two)
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The price of accidental fame is hashed out in this comedy about a famous bank robber and the clerk who foiled his biggest heist. Alan Ayckbourn’s 1988 play anticipates the popularity—and absurdity—of reality TV. Recorded before a live audience at the Guest Quarters Suite Hotel, Santa Monica in February of 1994. Directed by Robert Robinson Rosalind Ayres as Jill Rillington Jane Carr as Trudy Parks Kenneth Danziger as Douglas Beechey Martin Jarvis as Vic Parks Ian Ogilvy as Kenny Collins Yeardley Smith as Sharon Giffin

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Daniel Deronda Web Extra: Prof. Hilary Schor
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Hilary Schor is a Professor of English, Comparative Literature and Law at USC. She studies contemporary fiction, feminist theory, and Victorian literature. She spoke with us after a performance of Daniel Deronda in Los Angeles in March 2018.

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Daniel Deronda (Part One of Two)
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Scornful of men and the love they profess for her, Gwendolen Harleth is a beautiful but spoiled young woman, frustrated by her limited options in Victorian England. Daniel Deronda is an intelligent, handsome young man who has been raised by his guardian, Sir Hugo Mallinger, but knows nothing of his true origins. Deronda’s search leads him into the world of 19th-century Zionism, a discovery that will alter the course of his life. An original L.A. Theatre Works commission, adapted and directed by Kate McAll. Includes an interview with Hilary Schor, Professor of English, Comparative Literature and Law at USC. Edita Brychta as Mother, Baroness von Langen, Princess Leonora Halm-Eberstein, Mrs. Meyrick Barry Creyton as Sir Hugo Mallinger, Lord Brackenshaw Ifan Meredith as Daniel Deronda Cerris Morgan-Moyer as Aunt Nancy Gascoigne, Lydia Glasher, Housekeeper Kimberley Nixon as Gwendolen Harleth Darren Richardson as Ezra Mordecai Cohen, Hans Meyrick, Lush Helen Sadler as Mirah Lapidoth Julian Sands as Henleigh Mallinger Grandcourt André Sogliuzzo as Uncle Henry Gascoigne, Croupier, Hotel Bellboy, Man, Mr. Ram, Mr. Weiner With narration by Kate Burton

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Daniel Deronda (Part Two of Two)
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Scornful of men and the love they profess for her, Gwendolen Harleth is a beautiful but spoiled young woman, frustrated by her limited options in Victorian England. Daniel Deronda is an intelligent, handsome young man who has been raised by his guardian, Sir Hugo Mallinger, but knows nothing of his true origins. Deronda’s search leads him into the world of 19th-century Zionism, a discovery that will alter the course of his life. An original L.A. Theatre Works commission, adapted and directed by Kate McAll. Includes an interview with Hilary Schor, Professor of English, Comparative Literature and Law at USC. Edita Brychta as Mother, Baroness von Langen, Princess Leonora Halm-Eberstein, Mrs. Meyrick Barry Creyton as Sir Hugo Mallinger, Lord Brackenshaw Ifan Meredith as Daniel Deronda Cerris Morgan-Moyer as Aunt Nancy Gascoigne, Lydia Glasher, Housekeeper Kimberley Nixon as Gwendolen Harleth Darren Richardson as Ezra Mordecai Cohen, Hans Meyrick, Lush Helen Sadler as Mirah Lapidoth Julian Sands as Henleigh Mallinger Grandcourt André Sogliuzzo as Uncle Henry Gascoigne, Croupier, Hotel Bellboy, Man, Mr. Ram, Mr. Weiner With narration by Kate Burton

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The Paris Letter (Part One of Two)
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Financial powerhouse Sandy Sonnenberg finds his personal and professional life threatened by unraveling secrets from his past. A tragic game of financial and moral betrayal plays out over four decades, with an exacting price―family, friends, love and marriage. Starring members of the original Off-Broadway production of this Jon Robin Baitz play. Original music by David Van Tieghem. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in February of 2008. Directed by Peter Levin Neil Patrick Harris as Burt Sarris/Young Anton John Glover as Anton Kilgallen Josh Radnor as Sam Arlen/Young Sandy Ron Rifkin as Sandy Sonnenberg/Dr. Moritz Schiffman Patricia Wettig as Katie Arlen/Lillian Sonnenberg

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The Paris Letter (Part Two of Two)
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Financial powerhouse Sandy Sonnenberg finds his personal and professional life threatened by unraveling secrets from his past. A tragic game of financial and moral betrayal plays out over four decades, with an exacting price―family, friends, love and marriage. Starring members of the original Off-Broadway production of this Jon Robin Baitz play. Original music by David Van Tieghem. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in February of 2008. Directed by Peter Levin Neil Patrick Harris as Burt Sarris/Young Anton John Glover as Anton Kilgallen Josh Radnor as Sam Arlen/Young Sandy Ron Rifkin as Sandy Sonnenberg/Dr. Moritz Schiffman Patricia Wettig as Katie Arlen/Lillian Sonnenberg

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8 (Part Two of Two)
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George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Martin Sheen lead an all-star cast in this powerful portrait of an American civil rights struggle. In 2008, California's Proposition 8 stripped the freedom to marry away from gay and lesbian couples. Now, two of the nation's most renowned attorneys have joined forces to challenge Proposition 8 under the United States Constitution. "8" faithfully recreates the progression of the historic trial through court transcripts and interviews with the plaintiffs, as their stories are brought to life before a live audience. Includes exclusive interviews with playwright Dustin Lance Black, director Rob Reiner and lead attorneys for the plaintiffs—David Boies and Theodore B. Olson. Also includes a backstage cast interview montage. Recorded before a live audience at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, Los Angeles in March of 2012. Sponsored by the American Foundation for Equal Rights and Broadway Impact.

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8 (Part One of Two)
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George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Martin Sheen lead an all-star cast in this powerful portrait of an American civil rights struggle. In 2008, California's Proposition 8 stripped the freedom to marry away from gay and lesbian couples. Now, two of the nation's most renowned attorneys have joined forces to challenge Proposition 8 under the United States Constitution. "8" faithfully recreates the progression of the historic trial through court transcripts and interviews with the plaintiffs, as their stories are brought to life before a live audience. Includes exclusive interviews with playwright Dustin Lance Black, director Rob Reiner and lead attorneys for the plaintiffs—David Boies and Theodore B. Olson. Also includes a backstage cast interview montage. Recorded before a live audience at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, Los Angeles in March of 2012. Sponsored by the American Foundation for Equal Rights and Broadway Impact.

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Next Fall Web Extra: Dr. Sharon Groves
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Dr. Sharon Groves is the Vice President for Partner Engagement at Auburn Seminary, a leadership development and research institute, working to build the field of the multifaith movement for justice. She was formerly the Director of the Religion and Faith Program at the Human Rights Campaign in Washington DC. We spoke with her in 2012 about faith and the LGBT community.

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Next Fall (Part Two of Two)
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In this Tony-nominated play, Adam and Luke are long-term partners with very different views on salvation. But when Luke is hospitalized in a tragic accident, Adam must come face-to-face with Luke’s faith…and his family. Starring members of the original Broadway cast. Includes a conversation with Dr. Sharon Groves, the Director of the Religion and Faith Program for the Human Rights Campaign in Washington, D.C. Recorded in Los Angeles before a live audience at The James Bridges Theater, UCLA in January of 2012. Directed by Bart DeLorenzo Patrick Breen as Adam Maddie Corman as Holly Patrick Heusinger as Luke Sam McMurray as Butch Jeremy Webb as Brandon Julie White as Arlene

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Next Fall (Part One of Two)
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In this Tony-nominated play, Adam and Luke are long-term partners with very different views on salvation. But when Luke is hospitalized in a tragic accident, Adam must come face-to-face with Luke’s faith…and his family. Starring members of the original Broadway cast. Includes a conversation with Dr. Sharon Groves, the Director of the Religion and Faith Program for the Human Rights Campaign in Washington, D.C. Recorded in Los Angeles before a live audience at The James Bridges Theater, UCLA in January of 2012. Directed by Bart DeLorenzo Patrick Breen as Adam Maddie Corman as Holly Patrick Heusinger as Luke Sam McMurray as Butch Jeremy Webb as Brandon Julie White as Arlene

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