Urban Scrawl now has a super new website (http://www.urbanscrawl.org.uk/) where you can listen to all the plays. Urban Scrawl was the biggest online drama project of 2009, and its legacy is this dedicated website, from which other online developments will spring. Initiated by Dominic Cavendish, founding editor of theatrevoice.com, it brought that theatre-dedicated website, Rose Bruford College and new writing powerhouse Theatre 503 into a strategic partnership, with the aim of producing 53 high quality pod-cast dramas, each based on a station-stop on the Piccadilly Line. The project was co-ordinated by Gene David Kirk then programming director of Theatre 503 and now Artistic Director of the Jermyn Street Theatre.
My play, South Harrow, can be found here http://www.urbanscrawl.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=62&Itemid=137
The fifty third and final Urban Scrawl play is now available on line. All 53 plays can be heard here. With 53 playwrights producing short plays, one for each of the stations on London’s Piccadilly line, this has been a major source of new writing during 2009. Well done to everyone …
Bounds Green by Stuart Permutt. Ted (Kevin Moore), Norma (Doreen Mantle). Directed by Gene David Kirk. Studio manager: Tom Cassidy. Broadcast assistant: Dan West. Recordings manager: Marina Caldarone. Listen on http://www.theatrevoice.com/urban_scrawl/player/?audioID=677
Wood Green is the latest play in the Urban Scrawl series. A new short fantasy by Dawn King with Pascale Whyte (Girl), Tom Mothersdale (Ruben), George Banks (Jeremy) and Jo Dockery (Carla). Directed by Steve Harper and Marina Caldarone.
Urban Scrawl … one short radio play for each station on the Piccadilly Line continues …
‘The Cross‘ (King’s Cross), by Jane Bodie. Shona Cairney (Her), Harry Waller (Him). Directed by Gene David Kirk. Studio production: Joshua Richardson, Tom Cassidy, Elayne Hall. Recorded at Rose Bruford College.
Earlier plays are on there too in the archive