A bus passenger tries to share the story of his journey.
In this short tale, two rural youths prepare for an otherworldly invasion.
In this micro-show, a nursing home resident searches for someone who can answer her question.
In the first of our series of "micro-shows," a man suffering from tinnitus cannot escape a particular musical note.
Through candid interviews and archival recordings, three women tell the story of the inescapable evil that haunts their family. As each subsequent generation suffers new horrors, they also begin to piece together an understanding of the curse that flows down their bloodline.
This live performance follows Jason and his heroic band of Argonauts on their quest to claim the golden fleece. Along the way, they will encounter powerful gods, fearsome warriors, nightmarish creatures, and other thrilling challenges. Part two of two.
The deceased residents of Spoon River, Illinois, reflect on their lives, recounting their stories from beyond the grave. Together, they paint a picture of a quintessential American town at the turn of the 20th century. Part 2 of 5.
This live performance follows Jason and his heroic band of Argonauts on their quest to claim the golden fleece. Along the way, they will encounter powerful gods, fearsome warriors, nightmarish creatures, and other thrilling challenges. Part one of two.
Two men sit in a rented room, waiting. One is calm, the other nervous. To pass the time, the men play a game of checkers -- and the stakes are much higher than they first appear. A Chatterbox original.
The brave but untested Gawain sees a chance to prove his valor when King Arthur's court is visited by a mysterious, monstrous Green Knight. Will the Knight's strange bargain prove to be Gawain's opportunity -- or his undoing?
As his creations inexplicably malfunction, an aging clockmaker feels his heart winding down toward death. How far will he go to restore his clocks' vitality -- and ensure his own eternal life? Part two of two.
As his creations inexplicably malfunction, an aging clockmaker feels his heart winding down toward death. How far will he go to restore his clocks' vitality -- and ensure his own eternal life? Part one of two.
John Claverhouse's strange appearance and grating laugh are enough to get under anyone's skin. But how far will his neighbor go in order to get rid of the jolly, moon-faced man? A surprising and darkly comic tale from Jack London.
A Fisherman and a Mermaid fall in love, but they cannot be together as long as he retains his immortal soul. The Fisherman's quest to rid himself of his soul will have far-reaching consequences that neither of them could foresee. A rich, poignant, and surprising fairy tale by the great Oscar Wilde.
A very nearly scary story with jazz, featuring The Lady Who Lives in the Curtains. Arthur, Maggie, and Conroy find themselves in a big, drafty house with their parents gone, a donut shop next door, and a radio that only plays jazz. What is the secret of the house, and of the mysterious shadows that snoop around at night? A fast-paced comic adventure for all ages.
A restless woman is forced to live in a mysterious old house, where she discovers the horrors and the madness that can emerge from the most innocuous of patterns.
Various lives intertwine through the telephone time service in late-1930s New York. A recreation of an Old Time Radio broadcast originally aired on The Columbia Workshop on August 24, 1939.