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Exiles

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Exiles by James Joyce Presented by The Online Stage Exiles is the only play written by James Joyce. It draws material from "The Dead", the final story in his famous short stories collection, Dubliners. It centers around four individuals - Richard, Robert, Bertha, and Beatrice - and the complex romantic entanglements between them as tensions rise and relationships are tested. Cast: Richard Rowan - Lance Rasmussen Berta - Jo Palfi Beatrice Justice - Elizabeth Klett Robert Hand - Graham Scott Brigid/Fisherwoman - Linda Barrans Stage Directions/Archie - Leanne Yau Copyright 2021 by The Online Stage

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Five Plays by Anton Chekhov

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A collection of four of Chekhov's most popular dramas together with his unusual one-act comedy, The Boor, presented by members of The Online Stage. Program The Seagull - translated by George Calderon Uncle Vanya - translated by Marian Fell The Three Sisters - translated by Julius West The Cherry Orchard - translated by George Calderon The Boor - translated by Hilmar Baukage Produced by Elizabeth Klett. Featuring the voices of Andy Harrington, Leanne Yau, Elizabeth Chambers, Elizabeth Klett, Amanda Friday, Jeff Moon, David Prickett, Tovarisch, Ron Altman, Noel Badrian, Ben Stevens, Ted Wenskus, Denis Daly, Maureen Boutilier, Linda Barrans, Susan Iannucci, and Marty Kryz.

Public Domain (P)2018 The Online Stage

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William Shakespeare: An Invention in Four Acts

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Performed by The Online Stage This play is a fictionalized account of the life of William Shakespeare, beginning from his humble origins in Stratford-upon-Avon with his wife, Anne Hathaway, to his life as a successful playwright in London. This play uses several biographical speculations about Shakespeare's life to tell a fascinating tale, such as his relationship with his wife (to whom he famously left his "second-best bed" in his will), his friendship with fellow playwright and competitor Christopher Marlowe, his interactions with Queen Elizabeth I, and even an extramarital dalliance with the queen's maid of honor, the two-timing temptress Mary Fitton (who is speculated to be the "Dark Lady" to whom Shakespeare refers in his sonnets). Clemence Dane is the nom de plume of Winifred Ashton, an English novelist and playwright, who is best known for her novel Regiment of Women and once won an Academy Award for best story. Cast: Narrator - Anna Grace William Shakespeare - Tom Saer Anne Hathaway - Grace Garrett Christopher Marlowe - Andy Harrington Mary Fitton - Leanne Yau Queen Elizabeth - Linda Barrans Mrs. Hathaway - Sarah Mitchell Henslowe - Alan Weyman Child - Becca Maggie Landlord - Graham Scott Hawker - Craig Franklin Drinking Man - Mark Crowle-Groves

Public Domain (P)2021 The Online Stage

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Danny MacIntyre Meets the Molecule

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Danny MacIntyre Meets the Molecule, a radio play by Mike Murphy. Presented by the Online Stage Danny's mother assures him that snowmen can't talk. In this whimsical adventure, Danny discovers that her assertion is not entirely correct. Cast: Weatherman - Brett Downey; Danny - Amanda Friday; Mom - Susan Iannucci; Snowman - Alan Weyman. Additional voices supplied by Leanne Yau, Beth Thomas, and K.G. Cross. Audio edited by Amanda Friday.

©2016 Mike Murphy (P)2016 Voices of Today

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Pandora's Box

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"Pandora’s Box: A Tragedy in Three Acts" by Frank Wedekind. Play translated by Samuel A. Eliot Jnr. Prologue translated by Leanne Yau and Alan Weyman and rendered into verse by Charlotte Duckett. Presented by The Online Stage. This play is the sequel to "Earth Spirit", in which the adventurous and manipulative Lulu marries and rids herself of three husbands, only to be arrested for the murder of the third. In "Pandora’s Box", Lulu escapes from prison only to be forced in the life of a courtesan. Reduced to desperate poverty, she meets her end at the hands of murderous customer in London. In Wedekind’s sordid morality tale, all Lulu’s main associates suffer premature and unnatural deaths, except for the degenerate Schigolch, who is one of the most unpleasant characters in the European drama. In Wedekind's dark world, virtue is a practical improbability and vice, although often punished, continues to thrive. In the prologue, which has been specially translated for this production, Wedekind pillories the forces of censorship and critical approval, against which he contended almost continuously throughout his writing career.  Full cast of narrators includes: The Enterprising Publisher - John Burlinson  The Ordinary Reader - K.G.Cross  The Bashful Author - Joseph Tabler  The Attorney General - Alan Weyman  Play Rodrigo Quast - Ron Altman  Lulu - Charlotte Duckett  Countess Geschwitz - Leanne Yau Schigolch  Marty Kryz Alva Schön - Brett Downey  Count Casti Piani - John Burlinson  Detective and Jack - Garrison Moore  Heilmann and Dr. Hilti – Joseph Tabler Puntschu and Kungu Poti- Alan Weyman  Alfred Hugenberg and Kadidia - Chyanne Donnell  Bianetta and Magelone - K.G.Cross  Ludmilla Steinherz and Bob - P.J. Morgan  Stage directions read by Denis Daly. Audio edited by Denis Daly. Copyright for the verse version of the Prologue is held by Charlotte Duckett.

Public Domain (P)2018 The Online Stage

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The Polyamory Breakup Book

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Polyamory is not always easy. With multiple partners often come more complex relationships to navigate. This practical guide looks at the common causes of polyamorous breakups, identifies strategies to avoid ending relationships, and provides you with the toolkit to survive a breakup. Kathy Labriola uses real-life examples and expert insight as a counselor and nurse. From how to handle jealousy to the practicalities of managing money and time with multiple partners, this book includes tips and insights from the polyamory community. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Kathy Labriola (P)2020 Thorntree Press

Narrator: Leanne Yau
Length: 8 hrs
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Game of Thrones: The Book of White Walkers

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Full of daring theories and fascinating tales from the world of Ice and Fire, Game of Thrones: The Book of White Walkers delves deep into the most riveting aspects of White Walkers - who they are, where they came from and where they are going. How did the First Men cross the Narrow Sea, habitat of the Children of the Forest, and how did the war of technology and magic unleash the White Walkers? Was it really Bran the Builder who constructed the Wall and what horror lies underneath it? And is the Wall truly the permanent structure fans perceive it to be, or will it be razed through one of the many ways hinted at in the books? Finally, can White Walkers be truly defeated, and if so, how? A perfect gift for fans of the TV show as well as the book series, Game of Thrones: The Book of White Walkers serves as both an introduction and an accompaniment to the existing media. If you want to find out how the World of Ice and Fire came to be or what might happen next, this is the place to start!

©2017 CraftWrite Publishing (P)2017 CraftWrite Publishing

Narrator: Leanne Yau
Length: 1 hr and 2 mins
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The Three Sisters

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The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, translated by Julius West, presented by The Online Stage. The Three Sisters is Anton Chekhov's 1901 play about the Prosorov family, who are stuck in a provincial Russian town. The sisters - Olga, Masha, and Irina - fantasize about one day returning to Moscow. Meanwhile, their brother Andrey courts village girl Natasha, and the family socializes with the soldiers stationed nearby. Dreams, longing, and illicit love drive the action of Chekhov's comic drama. Cast: Andrei Sergeyevitch Prosorov: Andy Harrington Natalia Ivanovna (Natasha), his fiancée, later his wife: Leanne Yau Olga: Elizabeth Chambers Masha: Elizabeth Klett Irina: Amanda Friday Feodor Ilitch Kuligin, high school teacher, married to Masha: Jeff Moon Alexander Ignateyevitch Vershinin, lieutenant-colonel: David Prickett Nicolai Lvovitch Tuzenbach, baron, lieutenant in the army and Tovarisch Vasssili Vassilevitch Soleni, captain: Ron Altman Ivan Romanovitch Chebutikin, army doctor: Noel Badrian Alexey Petrovitch Fedotik, sub-lieutenant: Ben Stevens Vladimir Carlovitch Rode, sub-lieutenant: Ted Wenskus Ferapont, door-keeper at local council offices: Denis Daly Anfisa, nurse: Maureen Boutilier Narrator: Linda Barrans Audio edited by Elizabeth Klett

Public Domain (P)2017 The Online Stage

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A Radio Play Collection

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A Collection of Radio Plays by Mike Murphy Presented by The Online Stage Six quirky radio dramas brought to you by members of The Online Stage. Featuring the voices of Amanda Friday, Brett Downey, Susan Iannucci, Alan Weyman, Leanne Yau, Beth Thomas, Lucy Perry, Ed Humpal, Charlotte Duckett, John Burlinson, Eileen Tipping, Denis Daly, Nancy German, Jeff Moon, Peter Tucker, Ben Stevens, Ron Altman, K.G Cross, P.J. Morgan, Marty Kryz, Maureen Boutilier, Noel Badrian, Bob Neufeld, Lee Ann Howlett, Joseph Tabler, David Prickett, and Tovarisch. Program Danny MacIntyre Meets the Molecule Family Tree Happy Birthday, Dear Emily The Forever Pill The Gift The Return of Cosmo Draper Text copyrights held by Mike Murphy. Audio edited by Amanda Friday, K.G.Cross, Ed Humpal, and Eileen Tipping.

©2017 Mike Murphy (P)2017 The Online Stage

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The Younger Sister

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The Younger Sister, by Catherine Anne Hubback and Jane Austen. Presented by The Online Stage.     In Jane Austen's unfinished novel, young Emma Watson returns to her father's house after being raised by her wealthy and refined uncle.   As she gets to know her family, she finds that her father is reclusive and sickly, her sisters are crude and shallow, and her eldest brother has a petulance that is matched only by his wife's.   When Emma's social graces draw the attention of the aristocratic Osborne family, she must navigate the complex and judgmental world of class dynamics in Regency England.     Austen began work on The Watsons in 1803 but abandoned it in 1805 after the death of her father.   This audiobook is a completion of the novel, written by Austen's niece, Catherine Hubback, in 1850.      Narrator: Anna Grace   Emma Watson: Grace Keller Scotch   Elizabeth Watson/Miss Morgan/Miss Hall: Elizabeth Klett   Mary Edwards/Margaret Watson/young lady: Leanne Yau   Mrs. Edwards/Mrs. Turner/Gipsy/Lady Gordon's maid: Linda Barrans   Tom Musgrove/Captain Tomlins: Mark Crowle-Groves   Mr. Edwards/man in the farmyard/Mr. Morgan: David Prickett   Miss Osbourne/Miss Jenkins/Mrs. Harding Russell: Jennie VanderLugt   Mrs. Willis/Jane Watson/Mrs. Browning: Elizabeth Chambers   Charles Willis/Sir William/Sam Watson: Andy Harrington   Lord Osbourne/Alfred Freemantle: David Shears   Jenny/Lady Osbourne/Miss Bridge: Sarah Mitchell   Mr. Watson/Mr. Bridge: Noel Badrian   Robert Watson/Mr. Corbet: Jeff Moon   Mr. Howard/George Millar: Tom Saer   Miss Carr/Penelope Watson/Janetta Watson/Annie Millar: Libby Stephenson     Audio edited by Libby Stephenson and Denis Daly

Public Domain (P)2020 The Online Stage

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Threads of Silk

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Born in the middle of nowhere, Yaqian, a little embroidery girl from Hunan Province, finds her way to the imperial court, a place of intrigue, desire, and treachery. From the bed of an Emperor, the heart of a Prince, and the right side of an Empress, Yaqian weaves her way through the most turbulent decades of China's history and witnesses the fall of the Qing Dynasty.

©2016 Amanda Roberts (P)2017 Red Empress Publishing

Narrator: Leanne Yau
Length: 10 hrs and 51 mins
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Flirtation

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Performed by The Online Stage Set in Vienna at the turn of the 19th century, the romantic entanglements of four young individuals, Fritz, Theodor, Christine, and Mizi, offer a sharp social commentary and insight on the influence of personal and social morals on relationships. Cast: Theodor Kaiser: Tom Saer Fritz Lobreimer: Lance Rasmussen Christine: Sydnee Fullmer Mizi Schlager: Leanne Yau Theodor Kaiser: Tom Saer Hans Weiring: Graham Scott Katharina Binder: Danielle Cohen A Gentleman: Tomas Peter Servant/Lina: P. J. Morgan Stage Directions: Christianne Lupher Music by Marty Krz Audio edited by Leanne Yau

Public Domain (P)2021 The Online Stage

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Ten One-Act Plays

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Ten One-Act Plays By Alice Gerstenberg Presented by The Online Stage Alice Gerstenberg (1885-1972) was an American playwright, actress, and activist. She is best known for her many feminist plays, which often feature female lead characters and all-female casts (a rare occurrence at the time). This is a collection of ten one-act plays, which cover a wide range of topics -highlights include a lighthearted farce involving gossiping women, a satire about dinner parties, and a comedy about the pretensions of conventional theater, but some plays also touch on more serious themes such as death, war, and the effects of an unhappy marriage. Also among this set of plays is Overtones, Gerstenberg's most original and best-known work about two women, Harriet and Margaret, and their "primitive selves". Overtones is known as one of the pioneering works of psychological drama and was a revolutionary presentation of the subconscious in theatre; major playwrights such as Eugene O'Neill have acknowledged its influence on their own work. Gerstenberg's most significant contribution to the little theater movement was her founding of the Playwright's Theatre of Chicago, which opened up opportunities for local playwrights to produce their work. She was awarded the Chicago Foundation for Literature Award in 1938. He Said and She Said Overtones The Unseen The Buffer Attuned The Pot Boiler Hearts Beyond Fourteen The Illuminati in Drama Libre Featuring the voices of Leanne Yau, Andy Harrington, Anna Grace, Sarah Bacaller, Sara Morsey, Tomas Peter, Ron Altman, Peter Tucker, John Burlinson, Elizabeth Klett and Amanda Friday. Audio edited by Leanne Yau and Denis Daly

Public Domain (P)2019 The Online Stage

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Insecurity Cure

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This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to eliminate jealousy and insecurity in your life. Any relationship is prone to certain hurdles. There are times in which you and your significant other fight over even the simplest things. Choosing a restaurant to dine in for the night can very well nurture an atmosphere of contempt. And then there are other things like finances, careers, relationships and emotional space that constitute the core of human life. We can never stray from the simple truism that relationships can succumb to problems. And it becomes more complicated when either partner begins to feel emotionally detached; a feeling which is often caused by jealousy. But regarding jealousy, we should also provide another truism. For instance, in the world of relationships, we find it hard to know the feelings of our partners. We cannot help but try to decode their thoughts. But we do know how we feel when, say, when they approach someone else. This happens a lot to people in relationships. You are at a party, and then this guy or girl arrives, flaunting the good looks of a model. He or she enters the room, attracting the other people with sex appeal. You can only look on when your hubby figures as a potential victim. You try to play it cool, but you just can't help being unnerved in such a tense situation, where you try to control your partner but simply can't. Instead, you try to enjoy the remaining hours of the party, contemplating on whether you are indeed a good mate.

©2014 Mark Hamman (P)2016 Kindle Desk

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The Great Gerardo by Frank Wedekind

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The Great Gerardo - A Comedy By Frank Wedekind Presented by the Online Stage On the day of his departure to sing Tristan in Brussels, the celebrated tenor Gerardo receives three unwelcome visitors. Despite their persistent attentions, he manages to honor his singing contract, but at an unexpected personal cost. This play was originally published as The Court Singer (Der Kammersänger). The English version used for this recording was prepared by Alan Weyman and drew upon the following translations: 1) Albert Wilhelm Boesche - The Court Singer; 2) André Tridon - The Tenor Cast: Gerardo - Alan Weyman; Helen Marova - Erin Louttit; Professor Duehring - Noel Badrian; Isabel Coehurne - Sarah Hulslander; Muller - Noel Badrian; Valet - David Prickett; Bell Boy - Leanne Yau.

Public Domain (P)2016 The Online Stage

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When Someone You Love Is Polyamorous: Understanding Poly People and Relationships

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Having a friend or family member come out to you as polyamorous can be confusing and stressful. Chances are, you have a lot of questions: Is this just a phase? Won’t they settle down someday? What’s going to happen to their kids? Do I have to invite all their partners over for Thanksgiving dinner? Why can’t they just keep it in the bedroom?  When Someone You Love Is Polyamorous offers answers to these and more questions, to help you better understand and support your polyamorous loved ones. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2016 Elisabeth Sheff (P)2020 Thorntree Press

Narrator: Leanne Yau
Length: 1 hr and 8 mins
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Death and the Devil

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Death and the Devil: A Dance of Death in Three Scenes by Frank Wedekind. Translated by Samuel A. Eliot and Denis Daly. Cast: The Marquis Casti-Piani - John Burlinson; Fräulein Elfriede von Malchus - Amanda Friday; Herr König - Mark Crowle-Groves; Lisiska - Leanne Yau. Stage directions read by Denis Daly. Audio edited by Denis Daly.   This play forms part of a tetralogy which focuses on one of Wedekind's obsessive themes: the destructive interplay between primal sexual urges and social convention. Each play revolves around a powerful young female character, who has the power to control and captivate men, but who in turn is destroyed by the exercise of that power.  In this play, the dominant female is Fräulein Elfriede von Malchus, an idealistic crusader who visits a brothel operated by the cynical impresario Casti-Piani in order to rescue a young woman who has fallen into his clutches. In a perverse way, Wedekind's plays are morality tales, in which he gives a new twist to the biblical admonition; "Forgive them, for they know not what they do." In most cases, when characters finally do become aware of who they are and what they have done, the knowledge leads to their destruction. In Death and the Devil, Casti-Piani kills himself when he learns that prostitution can actually provide its victims with a path to moral glorification.

Public Domain (P)2018 The Online Stage

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The Jealousy Workbook

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From the initial stages of trying to agree who can do what with whom, through advanced issues such as coping with logistics and seeking compersion, every relationship sooner or later confronts jealousy - and some relationships do not survive the confrontation.  In this book, you will find 42 supportive exercises, developed by a professional relationship counselor and refined by hundreds of clients trying to find their own paths through jealousy. They range from basic (exercise two, clarify your relationship orientation) to challenging (exercise 34, imagine looking through their eyes and being in their shoes). All can be done solo, with a partner, or under the supervision of a helping professional, and all can be done before a problem emerges or in the throes of a jealousy crisis. Along the way, you will find solutions to the issues that bedevil even the most happily open relationships. Narrated by Leanne Yau

©2020 Kathy Labriola (P)2020 Kathy Labriola

Narrator: Leanne Yau
Length: 8 hrs and 34 mins
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Lyric Dramas - Six Plays from Japan

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Lyric Dramas - Six Plays from Japan Translated by Basil Hall Chamberlain   Presented by The Online Stage   These six plays are Japanese classics from the 14th century and are presented in the order of a traditional No programme. No, the Japanese word for "skill", is a form of Japanese musical drama that originated in the eighth century, and is the oldest major theatre art that still survives today. Alongside No plays were kyogen plays, which were short works typically inserted as a comedic interlude of sorts between the more classical No performances. The two types of plays are part of Nogaku theatre, which was inscribed in 2008 by UNESCO on the List of Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.   Four of the plays (Robe of Feathers, The Death-Stone, Life Is a Dream, Nakamitsu) are No plays selected from the Nou-No-Utahi. The remaining two (Ribs and Skin, Abstraction) are kyogen plays from the Nou Kiyau-Gen ("Comic Interludes of the Lyric Dramas", or literally rendered, "Folies Dramatiques").  1. Robe of Feathers - A Fisherman finds a beautiful robe of feathers on a pine tree, and discovers it belongs to a Fairy. 2. The Death Stone - A Priest decides to rest in the shadow of a stone after a long pilgrimage, when a Spirit emerges with a warning. 3. Ribs and Skin (kyogen) - A rector resigns the benefice of his duties to an idiotic curate. Hilarity ensues. 4. Life is a Dream - Rosei, a pilgrim, travels to Mount Yauhi, where he learns the Emperor has relinquished his throne in his favour. 5. Abstraction (kyogen) - A husband asks his servant to assist him in covering up an affair, as his wife has caught scent of his misdemeanours. Hilarity ensues. 6. Nakamitsu - Nakamitsu is ordered by Mitsunaka to kill Mitsunaka's untalented son, the young lord Bijiyau.    Featuring the voices of Leanne Yau, Alan Weyman, Andrew Colemen, Trisha Rose, Joseph Tabler, Russell Gold, and Tomas Peter.   Audio edited by Leanne Yau

Public Domain (P)2019 The Online Stage

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Eight Monologues

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Eight Monologues By B. L. C. Griffiths Presented by Voices of Today Benjamin Lease Crozer Griffith (1869-1900) was a American comic playwright. The pieces in this recording come from a collection entitled Plays and Monologues which was published in 1901. His Wedding Morn His First Case The Soldier's Return An Afternoon Tea An Imminent Peril Where is it? Darling Jennie A Slight Miscalculation Featuring the voices of Leanne Yau, Tom Saer and Mark Crowle-Groves. Audio edited by Leanne Yau and Denis Daly

Public Domain (P)2019 Voices of Today

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The Story of the Amulet

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The Story of the Amulet by Edith Nesbit Presented by the Online Stage Narrated by Cate Barratt This is final installment in Edith Nesbit's classic trilogy of time-traveling adventures by four enterprising children. The other volumes are Five Children and It and The Phoenix and the Carpet, both of which have also been recorded by The Online Stage. Cast: Jane - Charlotte Duckett., Anthea - Libby Stephenson, Cyril - Amanda Friday, Robert - Becca Maggie, The Psammead - John Burlinson. Additional roles performed by Jeff Moon, Carol Box, K.G.Cross, Leanne Yau, Elizabeth Chambers, Jennifer Fournier, Michele Eaton, Miranda Hodges. Ron Altman, Alan Weyman, tovarisch, David Prickett, Brett Downey, Chris Marcellus, Denis Daly and Peter Tucker.

Public Domain (P)2017 The Online Stage

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Love in Abundance

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Beyond the basics of polyamory lies a complex web of negotiations, agreements, pitfalls and rewards. Kathy Labriola, a relationships counselor who has worked for many years with singles, couples and groups in polyamorous and open relationships, sets forth some of the realities of alternative lifestyles: dealing with some of the common relationship-disrupters, managing jealousy, choosing compatible partners, combining BDSM with polyamory, distinguishing between sex addiction and polyamory, and much more.

©2020 Kathy Labriola (P)2020 Kathy Labriola

Narrator: Leanne Yau
Length: 7 hrs and 19 mins
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Four Short Plays

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Four Plays by August Strindberg Presented by the Online Stage The Stronger Woman Motherly Love Pariah Simoon Although he achieved notable success as a novelist, poet, essayist, and painter, August Strindberg is best known today as one of the first and most significant masters of naturalist theatre. Among his many dramatic works are a number of one-act plays, four of which are presented in this recording. All of the plays feature a persistent theme in Strindberg's works: the inevitable disillusion that results from intense involvement in relationships, whether they be familial, romantic or circumstantial. Featuring the voices of: Leanne Yau Charlotte Duckett Michele Eaton Maureen Boutilier David Prickett John Burlinson

Public Domain (P)2016 Online Stage

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Ziggy's Prime

Summary

A poem that encapsulates the spirit of Ziggy at the time...for a while at least...if you were there you will remember...if not you will know.

©2014 Claire Lamont (P)2016 Claire Lamont

Narrator: Leanne Yau
Length: 1 min
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One Act Plays

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Performed by The Online Stage  A collection of one-acts by the Pulitzer-winning playwright, including Close the Book, Suppressed Desires, Tickless Time, Woman's Honor, The People, and Trifles.  Featuring the voices of Leanne Yau, Michelle Marie, Maureen Boutilier, Jennifer Fournier, Lee Ann Howlett, Ted Wenskus, Ken Foster, Amanda Friday, Larry Wilson, Alexa Sheppard, Marty Krz, Joseph Tabler, Ron Altman, Jeff Moon, Chris Marcellus, Mark Crowle-Groves, John Burlinson, Andy Harrington, and Denis Daly.  Audio edited by Leanne Yau.

©Public Domain (P)2021 The Online Stage

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Down with My Demons

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A radio play by Josh Bourne  Presented by Voices of Today  Ten years after a tragic incident on the lake, an AA meeting in a small, religious town in the deep south of the USA descends into bitterness and chaos when a flood hits. Trapped within the local church, tempers escalate and well-buried secrets begin to emerge. Personalities clash, reputations are dissected and questioned, and everybody's demons are laid bare.  Cast: Vincent - Andy Harrington  Pastor Talbot - Jeff Moon  Samuel - John Burlinson  Delilah - Amanda Friday  Jael - Lee Ann Howlett  Audio edited by Leanne Yau

©2019 Josh Bourne (P)2019 Josh Bourne

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