Audio Interview: The cast of “The Sound of Murder” at Theatre 40

Charles Norbury is a wildly successful author of children's books. He hates children, and pretty much anyone else, too. He's petty, cruel, vindictive, and treats his unloved wife like a slave. He also refuses to have children with her. In short, he's the sort of fellow who would make the world a better place if only he would just die.* Enjoy this interview with the cast of “The Sound of Murder” at Theatre 40, playing through Apr 14th. You can listen to this interview while commuting, while waiting in line at the grocery store or at an audition, backstage and even front of the stage. For tickets and more info Click here. *taken from the website

Audio Interview: The cast of “It Is Done” at Theatre 40

Inside a desolate bar in the middle of nowhere, bartender Hank and his only customers, Jonas, a man on the run, and Ruby, a mysterious woman on a mission, settle in for a long evening to ride out a windstorm. Enjoy this interview with the cast of “It Is Done” at Theatre 40, running until Feb 19th. You can listen to this interview while commuting, while waiting in line at the grocery store or at an audition, backstage and even front of the stage. For tickets and more info Click here. *taken from the website
It Is Done

It Is Done

Inside a desolate bar in the middle of nowhere, bartender Hank and his only customers, Jonas, a man on the run, and Ruby, a mysterious woman on a mission, settle in for a long evening to ride out a windstorm.*

*taken from the website


Audio Interview: Howard Storm - veteran television director (Mork & Mindy, Laverne & Shirley, Full House) and the cast of "Screwball Comedy" at Theatre 40

The year is 1938, and newly laid-off perfumier, Mary Hayes is trying to break into the male dominated world of newspaper journalism. Editor-In-Chief Bosco Godfrey sets a competition between his egotistical star reporter Jeff Kincaid and plucky Mary assigning them to cover a society wedding. If Jeff writes the better story, he gets to keep his job. If Mary wins, she will replace the ace newshound. Super-rich lady Delores suspects that her son Chauncey's fiancée Gloria is a fortune hunter and wants the reporters to expose her. Chauncey is not the brightest bulb in the chandelier, and Delores suspects he's being played for a patsy. Can Jeff or Mary dig up the dirt?*
Enjoy this interview about Norm Foster's “Screwball Comedy” directed by Howard Storm at Theatre 40, running until Aug 19th. You can listen to this interview while commuting, while waiting in line at the grocery store or at an audition, backstage and even front of the stage. For tickets and more info Click here.

*Taken from the website