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On a talk show, some confusion between the criminal underworld and just plain Hades
Life Elsewhere on Racism - Becoming a More Perfect Union
A thoughtful array of ideas about race, with the voices of President Obama, young James Batley, and theatre professor Fanni Green.
Lost and Found - Surviving Breast Cancer
A piece developed in workshops with breast cancer survivors, and performed by seven cancer survivors.
Live Alligator Wrestling
A hilarious look at the man who invented live alligator wrestling as a Florida tourist attraction, and his inventive wife raising a family outside an alligator pit.
Florida Folk and the Tales They Do
Phyllis McEwen and Bob Devin-Jones bring to life African-American folktales and songs that Zora Neale Hurston collected in Florida in the 1930s.
Ned Averill-Snell remembers a side-of-the-road breakdown after a summer Shakespeare show, where a roadside diner crowd had to face a shaggy actor staying up all night reading ...
Red Leather Ladies' Room Couch
Actor Ned Averill-Snell reflects on sweaty teenage rehearsals for musical theatre, and forbidden glimpses of a more glamorous world.
Workers on the loading dock wrangle with management as they wrangle with boxes of snakes. Improvised by Gary Bass (the boss), Matthew Cowley and Dave Waterman (the workers). Part of Offramp Season 2 - Episode 9, "Nosebleeds of the Mind"