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Audio of “The Angel of Brooklyn” on Falcon Radio Theatre


The radio station at Seattle Pacific University produced my one-act “The Angel of Brooklyn” in January as part of its Falcon Radio Theatre program.

The audio is just now becoming available. Here it is.

THE ANGEL OF BROOKLYN
When Bud was a boy, he was a Brooklyn Dodgers fan. When the Dodgers moved to Los Angeles, he vowed to God that he would never again be a baseball fan. Now in retirement, Bud still nurses resentment; but an angel arrives to free him from his vow. Cast: Two or three, depending on which ending you choose. Either one male, one female or one male, two females. Running time: 25 minutes.
* Produced by Hovey Players, Summer Arts Festival, Waltham, Mass., July 2005.
* Staged reading at Studio Roanoke, Roanoke, Va., April 2009.
* Produced as a radio play by Falcon Radio Theatre, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington, January 17, 2013.

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