Tom Draper on his plays.
Tom Draper describes the production of his play Nancy from 10 to 6 and its adaptation into a 1981 radio play originally broadcast by New York station WBAI. He plays an excerpt from the radio play and describes the public reaction to it. He also discusses his other theatrical works, Maria’s Cafe, Ceremony, and Principle, and his collaboration with the off-off-Broadway troupe The Company, Inc. Finally, Draper and host Walter James Miller discuss the potential of modern radio drama as an alternative to television and theater.
WNYC archives id: 72834