About This Episode
Welcome to Stories Found Micro Monday — Spooky Edition. This week we’ve got the eerie 1-minute play, A Foggy Day in a Certain Part of Scotland by Mark Harvey Levine.
About the playwright
Mark Harvey Levine has had over 2000 productions of his short plays everywhere from Bangalore to Bucharest and from Lima to London. His plays have won over 45 awards and been produced in more than ten languages. His work has been published in over two dozen anthologies by Applause, Smith & Kraus, Routledge and Vintage. Full evenings of his ten-minute plays, such as “Cabfare For The Common Man”, “Didn’t See That Coming” and “A Very Special Holiday Special” have been shown around the world, including at the Edinburgh Fringe and in a multi-year tour of Brazil. A Spanish-language film of “The Kiss” (“El Beso”) premiered at Cannes and aired on HBO and DTV (Japan). Two of his plays were adapted for Brazilian television.
Listen to more of Mark’s work in these episodes:
About the Cast
Kelly: Liz Bernstein
Terry: Gabriella Headley
Next week, we’ll be getting ready for Halloween and hearing the surreal, spooky comedy, Spam Calls from Hell by Brian Rust — starring Joe Llorens and Tonie Knight.
Happy Monday from all of us at Stories Found!
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