The Greyson Variations
A Radio Play
for Tomorrow’s Today
by Nelson Clark
Here’s the (brief) story. An ambitious and interesting theatrical group in Petaluma, CA has sought out plays all over the world to produce as radio plays. One of those was mine. They recorded it last week and live-streamed it this week. Go here now — right now, go on — to listen.
A couple of things:
- It’s short! Only twenty minutes. Plus, they even put a blooper reel at the end.
- Virginia and I like it, think the actresses did a fine job, but a few transitions make it so you really need to pay attention near the end. Which is why…
- I highly recommend headphones so you can get the full effect.
- Lastly, if you are so inclined, let me know what you think. The good, bad, and ugly. I encourage all opinions and don’t worry, I will be silently judging you for whatever you think (!)
- This is the science fiction version of another play that will be performed on April 14-15, 2018 in Northport, New York. Completely different than what you’ll hear and part of a festival of short plays. Hey, if you’re in NY, check it out. I have another play, THE WISE WOMEN, that will have a staged reading four days later on April 19 in Manhattan. Okay, if you just have to know, I have another short play, CHAPEL OF BONES, that will be performed in Phoenix, AZ in April as well. So, despite T.S. Elliot, April for me is NOT the cruelest month. In fact, bring it on!
Love you all, ciao for now, enjoy!