Episode 4: Tales of Tucson …. original radio dramas of the Sonoran Southwest

TALES OF TUCSON Episode 4: Fair is Foul at the Tucson Festival of Books airs on May 28, 2017, or click below to listen now.

To-Ree-Nee Wolf Keiser (left) plays Cindy Duncan and Bree Boyd (right) plays Lady Macbeth in Tales of Tucson Episode 4: Fair Is Foul at the Tucson Festival of Books.

When Shakespeare’s First Folio comes to the Tucson Festival of Books, the Bard himself appears on campus to promote it. Little does Shakespeare know that the Lady Macbeth is also at the Tucson Festival of Books to promote her own book, Out, Out Damn Sexist Playwright! The Lady Macbeth pursues her long-awaited revenge on Shakespeare for portraying her as one of literature’s most infamous villains.

 

Featuring the voices of Bree Body, Paul Hammack, To-Ree-Nee Wolf Keiser, John Vornholt, Ella Bracale, Charlie Middagh, Meagan Jones, Erin Hepler, MK LeFevour and numerous 2016 festival-goers who offer their opinions on Lady Macbeth and Shakespeare.

TALES OF TUCSON is a show of original radio dramas  co-written and co-produced by Laura Markowitz and John Vornholt. Episodes are inspired by the legends, mysteries and history of the Sonoran Southwest and take place in real locations around Southern Arizona — like the Tucson Festival of Books. You can hear the actual sounds of events and places, as TALES OF TUCSON blends the real and fictional by using both local actors and real people who play themselves. Tune  in to KXCI to hear TALES OF TUCSON dramas, comedies, ghost stories, love stories, Westerns, sci-fi and more.

Medieval Music by Tristan Lohengrin; Tales of Tucson theme music by DA Palm.