Open-Door Playhouse Debuts HOW NICE OF YOU TO ASK March 20

Directed by Bernadette Armstrong, featuring Joyce Hananel and Matthew Scott Montgomery.

By: Feb. 06, 2024
Open-Door Playhouse Debuts HOW NICE OF YOU TO ASK March 20

Open-Door Playhouse continues to present short plays in podcast form. Its upcoming play How Nice of You to Ask will debut on March 20, 2024.

A young sex researcher is conducting interviews with men and women forty years his senior finding many of their answers quite surprising and just a bit unnerving.

Bernadette Armstrong directs Joyce Hananel as Mavis and Matthew Scott Montgomery as Alan.

Rich Rubin is the playwright. Based in Portland, Oregon, he is a member of the Dramatists Guild and is the recipient of six playwriting awards. His full-length plays include Caesar's Blood, Costa Rehab, Cottonwood in the Flood, Marilyn/MISFITS/Miller, One Weekend in October, September Twelfth, and many more.

Founded by playwright and filmmaker Bernadette Armstrong, Open-Door Playhouse is a Theater Podcast- like the radio dramas of the 1940s and 1950s. The Playhouse launched on September 15, 2020. At the time, Open-Door Playhouse provided Playwrights, Actors and Directors a creative outlet during the shutdown. Since its inception. Open-Door Playhouse has presented Short and One-Act plays from Playwrights across the country and internationally. In 2021 Open-Door Playhouse received a Communicator Award for Content for the Play Custody and in 2023 the play What's Prison Like was nominated for a Webby Award in the Crime & Justice Category.

Plays are produced by Bernadette Armstrong, Sound Engineer is David Peters, sound effects are provided by Audio Jungle, and music from Karaoke Version. All plays are recorded at The Oak House Studio in Altadena, CA.

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