PMRP’s annual Summer Mysteries is here with Moriarty’s Mysteries! Check out our anthology of great mysteries: Vera Wolfe in “The Boy Who Cried Wolfe”, Arsène Lupin in “Sherlock Holmes Arrives Too Late” and Sherlock Holmes in “The Final Problem.” Show dates are July 20 at 8pm, July 21 at 2pm and 8pm, then July 26-28 at 8pm. Thursday July 26 is Pay-What-You-Can Night!
The Post-Meridian Radio Players invite you to catch up with our resident French gentleman-burglar Arsène Lupin in our newest studio project, PMRP Presents: The Arrest of Arsène Lupin! Ever since the events of The Mysterious Traveler (which you can listen to here), Lupin is on the run and hides himself away among those aboard La Provence, a trans-Atlantic ocean liner. But can he resist a few more acts of thievery and risk exposure? Can he stay hidden for the duration or the six-day voyage? Or will he meet his match among the passengers? Listen here, and find out!
And once you've finished that, make your reservation for Moriarty's Mysteries, opening this weekend, where we'll present the third installment of the PMRP's Arsène Lupin series, "Sherlock Holmes Arrives Too Late," along with two other tales of mystery and intrigue starring Vera Wolfe and Sherlock Holmes!
The Post-Meridian Radio Players want to hear your ideas for its Spring 2019 show! We’re seeking proposals of full-length or short radio plays to be submitted to us by September 30. See our call for proposals page for details of what we’re looking for and how to submit your proposal.
The Post-Meridian Radio Players want to hear your most spooky, scary, or horrifying radio play ideas! We are accepting proposals for our annual Halloween show, until May 31st. If this sounds interesting, read on for more information and how to submit
Congratulations to the cast and crew of Moriarty’s Mysteries, our summer mystery anthology, with a trio of mysteries featuring Sherlock Holmes, Arsène Lupin, and Vera (not Nero) Wolfe! Visit the show’s page to see the cast list and learn more about the show. Performances will be July 20th-28th, and we hope you will join us for them!
Audition slots are now available for our summer mystery show, Moriarty’s Mysteries, featuring Vera Wolfe in “The Boy Who Cried Wolfe” (a gender-swapped adaptation of a classic Nero Wolfe broadcast), Arsène Lupin (with a special guest appearance) in “Sherlock Holmes Arrives Too Late,” and Sherlock Holmes himself and Doctor Watson in “The Final Problem.” See our Auditions page for more information about the process and to sign up for a slot!
PMRP’s spring show, Lest We Forget, opens this Friday! This show presents an original adventure featuring the World War II comic-book superhero War Nurse foiling Nazi schemes with her Commandos, daring women from the various Allied nations, along with two recreated episodes of the 1947 series Lest We Forget: The American Dream, on the timeless topic of the American values of tolerance, pluralism, and standing up against oppression. You can get tickets or make a seat reservation on our Tickets page! The six performances are April 20, 21, 26, 27, and 28, 2018, with two shows on Saturday the 21st, and a pay-what-you-can night on Thursday the 26th.
The Post-Meridian Radio Players are now accepting proposals for our Halloween show! Have a story you think we should do? A burning desire to do Tomes of Terror: Nights of the Lepus? Now's your chance! Read more to learn what we're looking for and how to submit a proposal! Proposals are due by May 31st.
Elections for the PMRP Officer positions has come upon us again. Please "Read more" to check out the list of positions below as well as this PDF document with full details if you are interested in running. (Information about our officers and other PMRP volunteer positions is also on the PMRP People page.) Please note that the positions of Publicity Director, Clerk and Company Technical Director are currently open.
Congratulations to the cast and crew of PMRP’s spring show, Lest We Forget, featuring the adventures of War Nurse and her Commandos foiling Nazi plots during World War II, plus two episodes of the 1940s series Lest We Forget: The American Dream on the American values of tolerance, fair play, and standing up against injustice.
We hope you’ll come join us in April to see these thrilling adventures.