Continuous Dream is an audio theater podcast of dramas and comedies written by Chicago playwright Amy Crider.
For New Year's 2021 here are five short comedies, starring Erin Caswell and Baird Brutscher.
For more please check out www.continuousdream.com
Behind the Scenes Episode Six: Poet and Warrior
A behind the scenes conversation of the Continuous Dream Podcast episode, "Poet and Warrior," in which Amy and Sam Crider talk about the research and writing of the play, which dramatizes the love story of William Butler Yeats and Maud Gonne. This play was 36 years in the making. To hear Poet and Warrior see www.continuousdream.com.
Poet And Warrior
A historical drama: thirty years in the love story between Irish poet William Butler Yeats and the revolutionary Maud Gonne. Starring Jeff Broitman, Linsey Summers, Baird Brutscher, Erin Caswell, and Pete Blatchford.
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Behind the Scenes Episode Five: Summer Comedies
Amy and Sam talk about "Shop Girl" and the two sketches from "Summer Comedies." For more information please visit www.continuousdream.com.
Two comedies for Summer by Amy Crider
Starring Baird Brutscher and Erin Caswell
For more information see: www.continuousdream.com
"Shop Girl" A short story by Amy Crider
For more information see www.continuousdream.com
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I missed seeing this play live in Chicago last year so I was very happy to finally hear it as a podcast! I think this one man show written by Amy Crider was awesome. It had it all. Thought provoking, romantic, humorous, and original. And it was relatable for anyone who read or tried to read Proust and wondered what the big deal was.