Two high school girls, raising money for their school band dare to knock on the door of the strange Christmas House at the end of the street - they are in for a surprise.
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Every Christmas, Central Pennsylvania's resident radio theater comedy troupe, "The Not Ready For Drive Time Players," gathers in a local restaurant or brewpub for some live hilarity - sort of like old-fashioned radio, but with a modern SNL, Monty Python, adult-comedy slant. Recorded at the Center Street Grille in Enola, PA.
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A Jewish man, married to a Catholic girl, is decorating his first Christmas tree - it does not go as he expects.
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The grandparents are bootcamp-training the grandchildren on how to help their mother to prepare for Christmas.
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Why are poinsettias important to Christmas - this play tells us why!
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Santa Claus is being investigated - by the Feds!
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Shoestring Radio Theatre Presents "The Telemarketer" by Monica Raymond Directed by Virginia Handley
When Krishna, a telemarketer in New Delhi, calls Karen, a schoolteacher in the US, his life takes a sudden upturn. She believes he is worthy of something better than telemarketing. and his sales numbers soar, When Karen loses her job teaching special ed, how can he help her in turn?
Produced by Monica Sullivan Co-Produced by Steve Rubenstein (2010)
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Transcripts can be found at https://newplayexchange.org/plays/1212949/telemarketer
Josephine shares New Year's memories from her childhood in Haiti.
Howdy, this is Jessica, the creator of "Soup Joumou." This piece was originally recorded in 2015 for Di Mwen, a podcast series funded by the Puffin Foundation. "Di mwen" means "tell me" in Haitian Creole. I was a podcast novice back then so the mixing and mastering is a little janky. But I love hearing my mother speak about her time in Haiti. Hopefully, you will too!
For more stories from Di Mwen, check out https://soundcloud.com/dimwenhaiti/sets/di-mwen-in-english. I recommend the episode "The Citadel: A Monument to Freedom" to learn more about January 1, Haitian Independence Day.