April - July 2020

Murder by Mistake (April 18, 2020)

Final Rehearsal, April 17, 2020

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During the Talk Back with Author John Kaasik, April 18, 2020

April 18, 2020

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

A virtual (Zoom) staged reading of John Kaasik's play (Author of Stranger in the Attic)

Murder by Mistake is about a cycle of pranks between friends that goes awry when Kyle is led to believe he has won 8 million dollars in a lottery drawing. He tells off his boss, goes on a spending spree, and accidentally shoots his best friend Mike, go owner of the winning ticket.  

A fast moving, hilarious, and chilling thriller (from John Kaasik's Website)

 

The Two of Us Productions is transforming how we bring live theater to our audiences. Murder by Mistake was enjoyed by 54 mini-audiences.  

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Agnes of God (April 25, 2020)

Final Rehearsal, April 23, 2020

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April 25, 2020

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

Performance, April 25, 2020

A virtual (Zoom) staged reading!

Written by American Playwright John Pielmeier (and presented by Special Arrangement with Concord Theatricals Corp.), Agnes of God tells the story of a novice nun who gives birth and insists that the child was the result of a virgin conception.  A psychiatrist and Mother Superior clash during the resulting investigation.  Can the possibility of miracles exist in the realities of today's world?

 

The Two of Us Productions is transforming how we bring live theater to our audiences. Our first production - "Murder by Mistake" was enjoyed by 54 mini-audiences.  

"Agnes of God" was enjoyed by 33 mini-audiences"

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Stranger in the Attic (May 9, 2020)

Performance, May 9, 2020

May 9, 2020 at 7pm ET

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

A virtual (Zoom) staged reading of John Kaasik's play (author of Murder by Mistake)!

 

Set in the country home of freelance writer

Brian Hollander and his wife Dana, their quiet life is unexpectedly upset by the arrival of a stranger named Kendrick, who is offering an exclusive story to Brian about a murder that has not happened yet!

Checkout John's Website

"Stranger in the Attic" was enjoyed by 61 mini-audiences"

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Stranger in the Attic (May 9, 2020)

Classic Radio Dramas (May 23, 2020)

Final Dress Rehearsal, May 22, 2020

Performance, May 23, 2020

May 23, 2020 at 7pm ET

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by 147 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

A virtual (Zoom) staged reading of two classic radio dramas!

 

We're leaning into the idea of our staged readings resembling the radio dramas of the past!  

Join us for Dick Tracy & The Green Hornet

"Trouble at the Circus:"  Super-detective Dick Tracy investigates the sudden death of a talented elephant trainer who dances with her elephants until the night that she is trampled to death for no apparent reason.


"Justice Wears a Blindfold:"  Dashing & handsome Britt Reid, publisher of the Daily Sentinel Newspaper, learns that a well-respected local judge is apparently going out of his way to not send a local hoodlum to jail. Donning his alter ego as the stern justice fighter The Green Hornet, Britt and his resourceful assistant Kato intervene to make sure that the trial is fair and the public is protected.

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

All My Sons (June 6, 2020)

Final Dress Rehearsal, June 4, 2020

Performance, June 6, 2020

June 6, 2020 at 7pm ET

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Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 200 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

A virtual (Zoom) staged reading of the Arthur Miller Classic:

ALL MY SONS introduces us to Joe Keller and Herbert Deever, business partners in a machine shop which made aircraft engine parts during the war. Deever was sent to prison because the firm turned out defective engine parts, causing the deaths of many military pilots. Keller went free and made a lot of money. The twin shadows of this catastrophe and the fact that the young Keller son was reported missing during the way dominate the action. The love affair of Chris Keller and Ann Deever, the bitterness of George Deever returned from the war to find his father in prison and his father’s partner free, are all set in a structure of almost unbearable power. The climax showing the reaction of a son to his guilty father is fitting conclusion to a play electrifying in its intensity!

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

All My Sons (June 6, 2020)

More Classic Radio Dramas (June 20, 2020)

Final Dress Rehearsal, June 19, 2020

Performance June 20, 2020

More Classic Radio Dramas

June 20, 2020 at 7pm ET

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 200 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

More Classic Radio Dramas (Hosted on Zoom)

Join us for "Mr. Markham, Antique Dealer" & "The Hitchhiker"

 

"Mr. Markham, Antique Dealer:"  A blackmailer, a murderer, and a room full of clocks, one of which talks!

"The HitchHiker:"  A man driving cross-country from Brooklyn to California. On the morning he leaves for his destination, in the rain, Adams sees a man on the Brooklyn Bridge, waiting for a lift. Adams sees the man again an hour later, hitchhiking at the Pulaski Skyway. At several points along his journey, Adams repeatedly sees the same hitch-hiker, despite the fact that, logically, there is no possible way the mysterious man could always somehow get ahead of him.

 

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Even More Classic Radio Dramas (July 11, 2020)

Final Dress Rehearsal, July 7, 2020

Even More Classic Radio Dramas

Performance July 11, 2020

July 11, 2020 at 7:30 pm ET

(Note the new time for the Summer)

 

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 200 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

Even More Classic Radio Dramas (Hosted on Zoom)

Join us for "Cabin B-13 & That Thing in the Window"

 

In CabinN B-13 a happy bride heads to Europe for her honeymoon, but her husband disappears after they’ve settled into their plush ocean liner cabin. The captain, the stewardess, and the doctor help her search the ship but no one on the ship has ever seen her husband!

 

In That Thing In The Window a struggling actor who can’t seem to find the right roles is home without work, and claims to see a body in the apartment window across the street. The strange thing is that the no one else can see the corpse!

 

**Notice we've moved the start time to 7:30pm - To enable our loyal audiences to enjoy dinner before joining us!

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

An Enemy of the People (July 25, 2020)

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 200 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Arthur Miller


The story of a man who dares to speak an unpalatable truth, and is punished for it:

Dr. Stockmann attempts to expose a water pollution scandal in his home town which is about to establish itself as a spa. When his brother, the mayor, conspires with local politicians and the newspaper to suppress the story, Stockmann appeals to the public meeting - only to be shouted down and reviled as 'an enemy of the people'.

 

“ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE by HENRIK IBSEN and adapted by ARTHUR MILLER  is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York”

 

**Notice we've moved the start time to 7:30pm - To enable our loyal audiences to enjoy dinner before joining us!

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Final Dress Rehearsal July 23, 2020

Performance July 25, 2020

Suspense Theater with Two Chilling Dramas, August 8, 2020

Even More Classic Radio Dramas

Suspense Theater Presents

August 8, 2020 at 7:30 pm ET

(Note the new time for the Summer)

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 300 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

Suspense Theater with Two Chilling Dramas

 

The Burning Court:  Edward Stevens, an book editor is on the train home, recounting the story of the death of the rich uncle of his neighbor, Mark Despard. Uncle Miles had succumbed to gastroenteritis, which had left him bedridden for days. Although this was considered death from natural causes, a housemaid reported that a woman had been visiting him, who left through a door that had been bricked up for years. As he opens the book he is bringing home to edit, about murders by poison, and it begins with the trial and execution of Marie d'Aubray in 1861. There is a daguerréotype of her attached to the chapter and it is an exact image of his wife, Marie Stevens!  

The Devil’s Saint:  A man has to prove his love by spending a night in a mysterious bedroom that kills its guests.  The story opens in Paris in 1927 at a fancy dress ball in the opera house. Lord Edward and Illona are enjoying themselves--until her uncle arrives. It is then that Lord Edward tells her uncle, Count Stefan Kohari, that they want to get married. The problem is that Edward and Illona have only known each other four days. Count Stefan Kohari isn't pleased. So, in order to "cure" Edward of this infatuation, Count Stephan invites Lord Edward to his chateau. The trick is that he has to stay in the "Tapestry Room." Illona begs him not to do it.  Will Lord Edward survive a night in the room, or will he too, die?

**Notice we've moved the start time to 7:30pm - To enable our loyal audiences to enjoy dinner before joining us!

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Final Dress Rehearsal August 6, 2020

Performance August 8, 2020

Arthur Miller's Broken Glass, August 22, 2020

August 22, 2020 at 7:30 pm ET

(Note the new time for the Summer)

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 300 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

Broken Glass by Arthur Miller

BROKEN GLASS:  Sylvia Gellberg watches the increasingly violent events in Germany and Eastern Europe unfold through the Summer and Fall of 1938.   The vivid pictures and lurid accounts in the newspapers of the day bring to life for Sylvia the traumas and horrors being experienced by those targeted by the facist violence and fearmongering.  

 

Sylvia feels as if she is there.  Her inability to influence events become manifest when she develops an inability to walk.  

Mortality, bigotry, the dramas of families...set to the backdrop of a world in crisis.    

 

“Broken Glass by ARTHUR MILLER  is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York”

 

**Notice we've moved the start time to 7:30pm - To enable our loyal audiences to enjoy dinner before joining us!

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Performance August 22, 2020

Radio Dramas by Request, September 5, 2020

Only the SHADOW knows...

Suspense Theater Presents...

September 5, 2020 at 7:30 pm ET

(Note the new time for the Summer)

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 400 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

Radio Dramas by Request​

The Case Of The River of Eternal Woe:  Lamont Cranston, newspaper reporter by day and The Shadow by night, witnesses the police retrieval of wealthy widow Mathilda Redfield.  She apparently killed herself by jumping into the river.  It seems to be a simple case of suicide until The Shadow notices the deceased widow’s niece unobtrusively checking the corpse’s wrist for a missing diamond bracelet  Why was the widow’s niece more interested in her aunt’s jewelry than in her suspicious death?  Only The Shadow knows! 

My Dear Niece:   We meet a certain Mrs. Rogers.  She was the kind of a lady to whom nothing ever happens -- a quiet widow, living in a quiet town, among quiet friends. But dear Mrs. Rogers hardly expected to become involved in murder when she put that innocent little classified ad in the evening paper.

 

**Notice we've moved the start time to 7:30pm - To enable our loyal audiences to enjoy dinner before joining us!

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Final Dress Rehearsal September 4, 2020

Performance September 5, 2020

Some Show, September 19, 2020

September 19, 2020 at 7:30 pm ET

(Note the new time for the Summer)

Final Dress Rehearsal September 17, 2020

Performance, September 19, 2020

 

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 400 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

Celebrity Couple follows in the foot steps of the famous with “SOME SHOW”

Flash -- Dateline Columbia County!!

Ricky and Nickie Rivers, fresh from recent performances in Albany, Saugerties and other well-known vacation hot spots, are now poised to take the next step to stardom by heading up a new and exciting variety talk show about, you guessed it, talk shows.

 

Yes, Some Show is the newest wrinkle in “talk

showdom” takes the concept of talk shows to a new level. Ricky and Nickie are going to interview other

greats and near-greats who are starting their own talk shows. This new approach to talk shows

promises to be a smash hit with the Barco Lounger crowd, and should score well with all those folks out

there hungering to pretend they are someone else. One of their guests is murdered and you will have a

front row seat as we try to figure out who killed the guest with the poison pen?

 

**Notice we've moved the start time to 7:30pm - To enable our loyal audiences to enjoy dinner before joining us!

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Suspense Theater & Dragnet, October 3, 2020

Classic Radio Dramas

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 400 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

Dragnet and Suspense Theater

Acting Like A Forger: A Dragnet Story, Detective Joe Friday and his partner Frank Smith are called into a case of a person cheating landlords with phony checks. A down and out actor is the prime suspect. Joe & & Frank pursue this lead until they discover that the actor has already died!

Suspense Theater’s Always Room At The Top:  We meet Helen Brandt, an aspiring advertising artist. Helen is thrilled to interview with Jean Thornton, the successful chief artist of the city’s premier advertising agency. She is suddenly given the chief’s job when Jean jumps out the window of her 35th story office!

 

**Notice we've moved the start time to 7:30pm - To enable our loyal audiences to enjoy dinner before joining us!

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Final Dress Rehearsal October 1, 2020

Performance, October 3, 2020

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