Settle in for some seriously spooky stories, written and performed by artists in the City Lights community. If we can’t gather in person this year, at least we can shiver together remotely.
Theater for your ears lets you focus on the words…and the magic of audible emotion. On our podcast channel Filament, you’ll experience new plays, eerie tales, fascinating interviews and lots of insight about the arts. Filament is also the home of our annual Lights Up! festival of new plays. Scroll down to listen, or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Filament is sponsored in part by San Jose Water Company.
Enjoy three new short plays, directed by Melinda Marks and written by Cary Popper, E.H. Benedict and Rebecca Kurland. Listen hard and you’ll recognize some City Lights favorites doing the performing!
“Dog and Boy” by Shannon Murdoch is the featured play in this week’s episode of the 2020 Lights Up! festival of new plays. Juanita Harris and Damaris Divito lend their vocal talents.
Our audio version of the annual Lights Up! festival of new plays continues with “Script Doctor,” written by Arcadia Conrad and directed by Melinda Marks, with a large, all-star cast.
Do you really have to go there? Listen and find out, in this latest installment of our annual “Lights Up!” festival of new plays. We may be stuck in our homes, but theater for your ears goes everywhere.
Written by Alexis Standridge, “Amendment” continues this year’s Lights Up! theme of focusing on women playwrights and women’s voices. Enjoy.
This year, with the world shut down, we’ve turned our annual Lights Up! festival of new plays into a podcast series of radio plays. In this episode, you’ll be pulled into a thriller of a tale by playwright Lauren Doyle.
Introducing the City Lights Theater Company podcast! The mellifluous voice of Steve Cortopassi gives us all a warm welcome.