Neil Patrick Harris, Aubrey Plaza, Phylicia Rashad, More Featured in Season 3 of Radio Play Revival Podcasts | Playbill

Podcasts Neil Patrick Harris, Aubrey Plaza, Phylicia Rashad, More Featured in Season 3 of Radio Play Revival Podcasts

The series celebrates the golden age of radio plays with actors performing works by American authors.

Neil Patrick Harris, Aubrey Plaza, and Phylicia Rashad

The Broadway Podcast Network's Radio Play Revival series has returned with its third season of audio play adaptions of American plays and literature. This season kicks off with Eudora Welty’s A Worn Path, starring Corey Hawkins, Phylicia Rashad, Sam Robards, Megan Beard, Kathleen Mulligan, and Kitty Swink.

Radio Play Revival celebrates the golden age of radio plays by reviving the art form through podcasts with prominent actors performing historic works. Past seasons have featured Patti LuPone, Laurence Fishburne, Laura Benanti, and more.

The remainder of Season 3 will feature works by Ernest Hemingway, Langston Hughes, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herman Melville, Willa Cather, John Cheever, Edna Ferber, and Raymond Carver. They will be performed by Aaron Alcaraz, Allison Janney, Armin Shimerman, Ashton Muñiz, Aubrey Plaza, Bryan Cranston, Claybourne Elder, Coleman Hemsath, Corey Hawkins, Darren Criss, David Zayas, Ed O’Neill, Gia Mantegna, Jefferson Mays, Jessica Lange, John Skelley, Jon Hamm, Josh Johnston, Kathleen Mulligan, Kathryn Allison, Kathryn Grody, Kelly Fairbrother, Kitty Swink, Lashette Showers, Luke Wise, Marilyn Caserta, Megan Beard, Nathan Malin, Neil Patrick Harris, Patrick Page, Paul Urcioli, Phylicia Rashad, Rebecca Kuznick, Rob Nagle, Sam Robards, Sam Tsoutsouvas, Sami Gayle, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Taylor Misiak, Tia DeShazor, Tyler Hansen, and Young Dylan.

The series was conceived by actor and writer Josh Johnston, who also directs. LuPone and Staci Levine/Groundswell Theatricals serve as executive producers. Joseph Thalken provides theme music. Ryan Schleifman serves as primary editor, alongside production assistants Zoë Cameron, Nathan Malin, and Victoria Ungvarsky. Sam Tsoutsouvas returns as host.

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