Handwritten Theatre: A Series of Brief Dramatic Pieces Originally Composed in a Small Black Notebook with a Fountain Pen

Handwritten Theatre One_ _What do you want me to tell you__

Handwritten Theatre Two_  _I asked her to sing a song._

Handwritten Theatre Three_  _What's your opinion of memory__

Handwritten Theatre Four_  _I could tell you stories, but I don't think you'd want to hear them._

Handwritten Theatre Five_  _One side is windy, the other is not._

Handwritten Theatre Six_  _This is how the story was told to me.

Handwritten Theatre Seven_  _What I'd like you to do is behave more like a husband._

Handwritten Theatre Eight_  _He did not drop the glass._

Handwritten Theatre Nine_  _I defended you._

Handwritten Theatre Ten_  _I can see you're concerned about torture._

Return to Welcome

Handwritten Theatre was an experiment in writing and podcasting that took about two years to complete...or to reach a point when we weren't all able to get together and do more.

The short plays lived on the blogosphere for the longest time, but recently vanished for some reason.

Fear not, Dougherty Completests, here are the original production of the Handwritten Theatre plays for your listening enjoyment.

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