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Short forms but not necessarily part of a series

The Japanese “Yes”


Fancy Club.

Fatty Foods.

Formal Music in the Background.

This is where business is done.

Or where we believe business is done.

Or perhaps where we pretend that something like business might be done on a good day with a favorable wind.

Three investors try to out bluff each other.  

Cast, in order of appearance:

  • Michelle Thomas-Hanson – Stage Manager & Maitre D’
  • Josh LaForce – Carl
  • Kota Fudauchi – Goto
  • Sahara Ale – Tangier
  • Skippy – Governor of California


Written and Produced by David Alan Grier

Musical and Sound Design by Hilbert Space

Dramaturgy by Steve Harper of Theatre503




Mother’s Milk

hwms.coverartWhat holds friends together?

Common background?

Common history?

A common vision of what they are?

Three friends explore the different roles they have with each other.  They are moving into adulthood.  They are shaping their lives and their identities.  They also suddenly realize how delicate their common bonds may be.

A New Audio Drama From Tehya Merrit.

Cast, in order of appearance:

  • Michelle Thomas-Hanson – Stage Manager, Marta Green
  • Margaux Amie – Rosa
  • Sahara Ale  – Kat
  • Anastasia DeLoret – Macy
  • Ron Bianchi – Waiter

Written by Tehya Merrit

Music Direction: Mel O’Dea Studios

Music: Alibi Music, STKA, Atomic Music (used with permission)

Dramaturgy: Steve Harper, Theatre503

Graphic Artist: Ava N Garda

Produced and Directed: David Alan Grier




Anna appeals to Elon Musk


Once you have a character, it is impossible to control him or her.  In the winter of 2016, Anna-the-Intern made a pitch to the (even then) notorious Elon Musk.  She thought that he might like to be the next host of the podcast as the then current hosts were not pulling their weight.  

She waited.  No call.  No email.  No tweet.  No nothing.  

But it was a good performance with we felt worthy to preserve in our archive.  



Holiday Special – Songs of Comfort and Joy

errant.coverart Every community should have tradition for the December Holidays.  Our tradition comes the predecessor to this drama, the podcast “Errant Hashtag.”  This is an adaptation the essay “Songs of Comfort and Joy.” Two notes, while this is dramatic, it is not technically drama.  The event actually occurred at the Computing Center of Southern Methodist University in Dallas Texas.  It was documented in the Dallas newspapers.  Second, the Producer’s father is in the center of the back row. [15310]Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail