“Open-Door Playhouse” will present “The Christmas Goat” starting on Dec. 7 in podcast form.
The story is about Goat. Goat is disconsolate. There’s a nativity scene being mounted for public display at Christmastime. Goat has been shut out of it because there was no goat present at the time of the historical nativity. Goat’s barnyard pal, Pig, has figured out a way for Goat to be the G.O.A.T. (Greatest of All Time) participant in the Christmas festivities this year. Can you guess what Pig has planned for Goat?
Kim Hlavac directs a cast that includes Sue Gisser, James P. Gleason, Daamen Krall, Jeffrey S.S. Johnson and Camille Ameen. Dwayne Yancey is the playwright. The author of literally dozens of plays, he is also a journalist and novelist. He hails from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.
“Open-Door Playhouse” is a podcast created to introduce new plays, new writers and a wealth of unknown talent. Founded by playwright and filmmaker Bernadette Armstrong, “Open-Door Playhouse” brings plays to the airwaves, in response to the fact that theatres were shuttered all over the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving playwrights with nowhere to produce their plays. “Open-Door Playhouse” supports new and emerging writers. Since its inception, “Open-Door Playhouse” has presented over 70 new short plays, with no limit in sight.
“Open-Door Playhouse” is a 501c3 non-profit organization and to support performances of works by new and emerging playwrights, donations are gratefully accepted. The tax-deductible donations help keep plays on the podcast stage. To listen or to donate, visit opendoorplayhouse.org.
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