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Crazy to think that it's already the first week in May! We're so happy to share part 3 of our 5 part series: The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted & directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by Gina Stanton & Jenna Isabella. It features the vocal talents of: Amanda Booth, Gina Stanton, Devin Trager, Emma Burke-Covitz, Judy Bre…
 
Good morning dear listeners! We're delighted to share part 2 of our 5 part series: The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted & directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by Gina Stanton & Jenna Isabella. It features the vocal talents of: Amanda Booth as Mary Lennox, Gina Stanton as Martha Sowerby, Devin Trager as Dickon Sowerby, Em…
 
On this lovely spring day, we are thrilled to share part 1 of our new 5 part series: The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted & directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by Gina Stanton & Jenna Isabella. It features the vocal talents of: Amanda Booth as Mary Lennox, Gina Stanton as Martha Sowerby, Devin Trager as Dickon Sowerby, …
 
We are very excited to share the second and final part of an original adaptation of Greek mythology, from the Siblings Isabella! This episode was written, directed, and edited by Jenna Isabella & John Isabella III. It features the vocal talents of Kym Smith, David Neilsen, Nicole McQuade, Ryan Snanoudj, Rachel Zenhausern, Kevin Arthur, Leslie Bacon…
 
Today we are very excited to share an original adaptation of Greek mythology, from the Siblings Isabella! This episode was written, directed, and edited by Jenna Isabella & John Isabella III. This episode features the vocal talents of Kym Smith, David Neilsen, Nicole McQuade, Ryan Snanoudj, Rachel Zenhausern, Kevin Arthur, Leslie Bacon, Ted Schwart…
 
For the months of January and February, we're exploring some one act plays that we've adapted for your listening pleasure! This week, we give you Susan Glaspell's Trifles. This episode was written by Susan Glaspell, adapted and directed by Phil Pineau & Gina Stanton, and edited by Gina Stanton. It features the vocal talents of Amanda Booth, Jennife…
 
For the months of January and February, we're exploring some one act plays that we've adapted for your listening pleasure! This week, we give you Lady Gregory’s ”Spreading the News,” an exploration of small town gossip and rumors. This episode was written by Lady Gregory, adapted and directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by John Isabella III. It f…
 
For the months of January and February, we're exploring some one act plays that we've adapted for your listening pleasure! This week, we give you Chris McKerracher's "The Last Comedienne," which looks at the finals of the National Comedienne Joke-off. Please note this episode is rated PG-13! This episode was written by Chris McKerracher, adapted an…
 
For the months of January and February, we're exploring some one act plays that we've adapted for your listening pleasure! This week, we give you Susan Glaspell's "The People," which tells the story of a failing publication, and the people it inspired. This episode was written by Susan Glaspell, adapted and directed by Phil Pineau and Gina Stanton,…
 
Happy New Year! Join us in welcoming 2021 with Hans Christian Andersen's "The Mail Coach Passengers". This little known story from the famous author introduces twelve travelers who visit a town on New Year's Eve. This episode was written by Hans Christian Andersen, adapted and directed by Amanda Booth, and edited by Gina Stanton. It features the vo…
 
A very happy Christmas Eve to you! This week, we are celebrating Christmas with Clement C. Moore's classic, "The Night Before Christmas." This episode was written by Clement C. Moore, adapted and directed by Sam Steere, and edited by Sam Steere and Brian Sanyshyn. It features the vocal talents of James Hussey as the Narrator, making his PTAC debut!…
 
This week, we are celebrating Hanukkah with a performance from Aunt Naomi (Gertrude Landa): The Princess of the Tower, from her anthology, Jewish Fairy Tales and Legends. All music featured in this episode was also written by Jewish composers. This episode was written by Aunt Naomi (Gertrude Landa), and adapted, directed, and edited by Jenna Isabel…
 
Good morning! December is flying by. For our second episode of the month, we are so happy to share with you "Winter Poetry." Poems include: "Winter" by Walter de la Mare, "Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening," by Robert Frost, "The Fairy in Winter" by Walter de la Mare, "The Cremation of Sam McGee" by Robert Service, "A Winter's Tale" by D.H. …
 
We are pleased to kick off December, and our celebration of the holidays, with O. Henry's classic tale, "The Gift of the Magi." Our version was adapted and directed by Phil Pineau, edited by Gina Stanton, and features the vocal talents of Jenna Isabella as Della, Gina Stanton as the Narrator, and Jeff Parsons as Jim, making his PTAC debut! We hope …
 
This month, we're presenting our serialized version of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Today we have part 4 available to share with you! Listen on our website and wherever you already listen to your favorite podcasts: www.phoenixtheatreartsco.com/audio-drama-series "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland " was adapted and directed by …
 
This month, we're presenting our serialized version of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Today we have part 3 available to share with you! Listen on our website and wherever you already listen to your favorite podcasts: www.phoenixtheatreartsco.com/audio-drama-series "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland " was adapted and directed by …
 
This month, we're presenting our serialized version of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Part 2 is available now! Listen on our website and wherever you already listen to your favorite podcasts: www.phoenixtheatreartsco.com/audio-drama-series "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland " was adapted and directed by Jenna Isabella, edited by…
 
This month, we're presenting our serialized version of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Part 1 is available now! Listen on our website and wherever you already listen to your favorite podcasts: www.phoenixtheatreartsco.com/audio-drama-series "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland " was adapted and directed by Jenna Isabella, edited by…
 
"The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" was originally written by Washington Irving. Our version was adapted and directed by Amanda Booth and Jenna Isabella, edited by Gina Stanton, and features the vocal talents of John Isabella III, Phil Pineau, and Gina Stanton. We'll mark the bicentennial of this timeless story this week, and celebrate the final episode …
 
"The Outsider" was originally written by H.P. Lovecraft. Our version was adapted, directed, and edited by Gina Stanton, and features the vocal talents of Jenna Isabella. "I must have lived years in this place, but I find I cannot measure the time. Beings must have cared for my needs, yet I cannot recall any person except myself - truly, nor anythin…
 
"The Yellow Wallpaper" was originally written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Our version was adapted and directed by Sam Steere and Phil Pineau, edited by Gina Stanton, and features the vocal talents of Amanda Booth. "There are things in that paper that nobody knows but me, or ever will. Behind that outside pattern the dim shapes get clearer every da…
 
This week's episode "The Signalman" was originally written by Charles Dickens. Our version was adapted and directed by Gina Stanton and Phil Pineau, edited by Gina Stanton, and features the vocal talents of Sam Steere, Phil Pineau, and Jenna Isabella. "The monstrous thought came into my mind as I perused the fixed eyes and the gloomy face, that thi…
 
This week’s episode “The Masque of the Red Death” was written by Edgar Allan Poe, adapted and directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by Gina Stanton. This episode features the vocal talents of John Isabella, III as Prince Prospero and Phil Pineau as the Narrator. PTAC’s Audio Drama Series is a production by the Phoenix Theatre and Arts Company. Ori…
 
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