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Cyrano de Bergerac (Off-Broadway Adaptation of 2018 by David Serero): Studio Cast Album Recording Audiobook

Cyrano de Bergerac (Off-Broadway Adaptation of 2018 by David Serero): Studio Cast Album Recording

Author: David Serero, Edmond Rostand Narrator: David Serero Release Date: April 2020

Cyrano de Bergerac (Off-Broadway adaptation of 2018 by David Serero). Studio Cast Album Recording, starring David Serero as Cyrano. Cyrano de Bergerac is often referred as the most iconic French theater play of all time, presented in English is a new adaptation.

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Pinocchio Audiobook


Author: Carlo Collodi Narrator: Mark F. Smith Release Date: April 2020

Translated by Carol Della Chiesa. Centuries ago there lived— “A king!” my little readers will say immediately. No, children, you are mistaken. Once upon a time there was a piece of wood. It was not an expensive piece of wood. Far from it. Just a common block of firewood, one of those thick, solid logs that are put on the fire in winter to make cold rooms cozy and warm. I do not know how this really happened, yet the fact remains that one fine day this piece of wood found itself in the shop of an old carpenter. His real name was Mastro Antonio, but everyone called him Mastro Cherry, for the tip of his nose was so round and red and shiny that it looked like a ripe cherry...

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The Jew of Malta: Studio Cast Album Recording Audiobook

The Jew of Malta: Studio Cast Album Recording

Author: Christopher Marlowe, David Serero Narrator: David Serero Release Date: April 2020

JEW OF MALTA by Christopher Marlowe. Adapted by and Starring David Serero as Barabas. Studio Cast Album recording of 2017 from Off Broadway production. This play was the influence to Shakespeare to later create the Merchant of Venice.

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The Glass Menagerie Audiobook

The Glass Menagerie

Author: Tennessee Williams Narrator: Yosef Kent Release Date: April 2020

The Glass Menagerie is a memory play by Tennessee Williams that premiered in 1944 and catapulted Williams from obscurity to fame. The play has strong autobiographical elements, featuring characters based on its author, his histrionic mother, and his mentally fragile sister Laura.

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صبر کن Audiobook

صبر کن

Author: زهره زاهدی Narrator: زهره زاهدی Release Date: April 2020

در شبی شفاف و پر ستاره اگر به دوردست‌های آسمان خیره شوی و مدتی ذهنت را متمرکز یافتنش کنی، عاقبت ستاره کوچک و درخشانی چشمک می‌زند که: من اینجا هستم. اگر توانستی آن ستاره را به وضوح ببینی، شک نکن که او را یافته‌ای. آن وقت کافی است که صبور باشی و منتظر بمانی. در شبی یا روزی، یا لحظه‌ای که اصلا انتظارش را نداری، جوری که تصورش را هم نکرده‌ای او از راه خواهد رسید. با محبت و صداقت در چشمت نگاه خواهد کرد و نگاهش در نگاه متحیر تو گره خواهد خورد. بی‌تردید او را از نگاهش و از بالا رفتن ضربان قلب خودت خواهی شناخت. آنوقت دنیا مال تو خواهد شد. شادی که جای خود دارد، حتی رنج کشیدن هم مزه دیگری خواهد یافت.

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A Doll's House [unabridged] Audiobook

A Doll's House [unabridged]

Author: Henrik Ibsen Narrator: Robin Laree Berry Release Date: March 2020

This audiobook is the most affordable version of A Doll's House that also has high quality, masterfully engineered audio. We modify audio for your pleasure. We use a computer-assisted dynamic-leveling process to ensure audio stays within an optimal listening range. Noise-gate technology is used in all books to eliminate all background and room noise disturbances for your enjoyment of the book. We are dedicated to providing you with the best possible audio experience at the best possible price. We hope you enjoy this Danish classic by Henrik Ibsen!

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Shakespeare - As You Like It Audiobook

Shakespeare - As You Like It

Author: William Shakespeare Narrator: Multiple Narrators Release Date: March 2020

Play description ACT I Scene 1. Orlando, the youngest son of Sir Rowland de Boys, has been kept “rustically at home” by his older brother, Oliver; he has been denied his inheritance and any formal education. When Orlando demands his birthright, the brothers come to blows. Charles the wrestler describes how the old Duke has been banished by his younger brother Frederick and has gone to live in the Forest of Arden. His daughter Rosalind has stayed at court with Celia, Frederick’s daughter. Hearing that Charles and Orlando are to wrestle the following day, Oliver lies to Charles, claiming that Orlando intends, if necessary, to resort to foul play in order to win the fight. Scene 2. The courtier Le Beau urges Rosalind and Celia to watch the wrestling. They try to persuade the youthful Orlando not to fight, but he is determined to go ahead and succeeds in beating Charles. Frederick congratulates the victor but is displeased to learn of his parentage. Le Beau suggests that, the Duke being so unpredictable, Orlando would be wise to leave the court. Orlando, who has fallen for the “heavenly Rosalind,” follows his advice.

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Fate Audiobook


A talkative New Yorker corrals a writer at a cocktail party and forces him to listen to the story of her life. A co-production with the National Jewish Theater. Recorded before a live audience at Chicago's Guest Quarters Suite Hotel in July 1992. Adapted and directed by Arnold Aprill Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Marge Kotlisky as Bessie Gold Malcolm Rothman as The Writer Additional voices by David Cromer, Steven Trovillion and Jensen Wheeler Radio Producer: Robert Neuhaus Recording Engineer: Larry Rock

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Shakespeare - Richard III Act IV Audiobook

Shakespeare - Richard III Act IV

Author: William Shakespeare Narrator: Multiple Narrators Release Date: March 2020

ACT IV Scene 1. At the Tower, Queen Elizabeth, the Duchess of York, and Anne, now Richard’s wife, are prevented from visiting the young princes by Brakenbury, who acts under orders from “the king.” They are horrified when Anne is summoned to Westminster to be crowned Richard’s queen. Scene 2. Richard is suspicious when Buckingham fails to condone immediately the suggested murder of the young princes. He hires Tyrrel to organize the assassination and plans to consolidate his position further by marrying King Edward’s daughter Elizabeth. When Buckingham reminds Richard that he has promised him the earldom of Hereford, he is rebuffed. Alarmed, Buckingham flees to Wales. Scene 3. The princes and Anne are dead, Clarence’s son has been imprisoned, his daughter safely married and Richard determines to go to Elizabeth “a jolly thriving wooer.” Ratcliffe announces that Buckingham is gathering Welsh forces.

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Shakespeare - Twelfth Night Audiobook

Shakespeare - Twelfth Night

Author: William Shakespeare Narrator: Multiple Narrators Release Date: March 2020

Play description Act I Scene 1. Orsino, Duke of Illyria, is in love with Olivia, a wealthy noblewoman. She, however, is in mourning for her brother and rejects him. Scene 2. A young woman, Viola, has been shipwrecked on the Illyrian coast, having been separated from her twin brother Sebastian, whom she fears dead. A Captain tells her about the lovelorn Duke and she decides to dress as a boy and seek employment with him. Scene 3. Olivia’s uncle, Sir Toby Belch, does not approve of her prolonged mourning. Her maid Maria warns him that Olivia is displeased with his debauched behavior. Maria is also critical of Sir Andrew Aguecheek, a foolish but wealthy knight whom Sir Toby supports as a candidate for his niece’s hand in marriage. Scene 4. The Duke urges Viola (now disguised as Cesario), to woo Olivia in his name. Viola, however, reveals in an aside that “Whoe’er I woo, myself would be his wife.” Scene 5. Olivia is with her clown Feste and her steward, the dour Malvolio, when Viola/Cesario is announced. Olivia tells Maria to dismiss the Duke’s envoy, but Viola persists and Olivia agrees to see him. Olivia rejects the Duke’s suit, but is so charmed by the youth that she invents an excuse for giving him her ring. 

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Shakespeare - Pericles Audiobook

Shakespeare - Pericles

Author: William Shakespeare Narrator: Multiple Narrators Release Date: March 2020

Play description ACT I Chorus. The poet Gower tells of King Antiochus’s incestuous relationship with his daughter. He has prevented his daughter from marrying by presenting all her suitors with a riddle which they must either solve or die. Scene 1. Pericles, Prince of Tyre, comes to try his luck with the daughter of Antiochus. Having read the riddle, however, he guesses the King’s guilty secret. Once Antiochus realizes that he has been found out, he is determined to be rid of Pericles and instructs Thaliard to kill him. Pericles flees and Thaliard pledges to pursue him. Scene 2. Fearful of Antiochus’s revenge, Pericles leaves secretly for Tharsus, leaving Helicanus as his deputy. Scene 3. Thaliard arrives in Tyre only to find Pericles gone. Scene 4. Cleon, the Governor of Tharsus, and his wife, Dionyza, bemoan the terrible famine that afflicts their city. When word arrives that ships have been sighted offshore, Cleon assumes that some foreign power has come intending to take advantage of their weakness. His fears prove groundless – the ships belong to Pericles and are full of corn for his people. 

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Shakespeare - Taming of the Shrew Audiobook

Shakespeare - Taming of the Shrew

Author: William Shakespeare Narrator: Multiple Narrators Release Date: March 2020

Play description ACT I Induction 1. Christopher Sly, a beggar, is found asleep drunk outside an alehouse by a Lord returning from hunting with his men. The Lord amuses himself by taking Sly back to his house andhaving him dressed in sumptuous clothes. Induction 2. When Sly awakes, the Lord and his servants convince him that he is a nobleman returning to sanity after years of lunacy. A group of players arrives to entertain him, and what follows is the play they perform. Scene 1. Lucentio, son of Vincentio, a rich Pisan merchant, has come to Padua eager to study. His servant Tranio cautions him that “No profit grows where is no pleasure ta’en.” They overhear the wealthy Baptista announcing that he will not give his daughter Bianca in marriage until he has married off her older sister, Kate, whose bad temper and scolding tongue are famous. Rival suitors Gremio and Hortensio agree that they will try to find a husband for Kate, thus clearing their way to Bianca. Meanwhile, Lucentio has fallen in love with Bianca himself. Tranio suggests that Lucentio disguise himself as a schoolmaster in order to gain access to her. To avoid raising suspicions in the town, they exchange roles: Tranio becoming the master, Lucentio, his servant. Scene 2. When Petruchio and his servant Grumio arrive in Padua, Petruchio tells Hortensio that he wants a rich wife. Hearing of Kate, he resolves to win her, despite her reputation as a shrew. Hortensio also decides to enter Baptista’s house disguised as a schoolmaster so as to gain access to Bianca. Gremio and Hortensio agree to share the cost of Petruchio’s courtship. Tranio, posing as Lucentio, arrives and announces that he, too, intends to woo Bianca. 

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