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From left, John Stein, Jack Petersen, Joshua Houston, Paul Norwood, Jeff Seifert and Ashia Lane perform in “Going, Going,” by John Longenbaugh. (Photo by Bobbi Jordan)

PJ Ford Slack and Mark Gallagher perform in “AKA,” by John Longenbaugh. Jasmine Shaw and Joshua Houston provide sound effects in the background. (Photo by Bobbi Jordan)

On Nov. 30, actors from Sitka Community Theater performed a radio theater show at the  Sitka Performing Arts Center. The program aired Jan. 6 on Raven Radio’s Sunday Night Potluck. Here, we’re sharing four works by Seattle playwright John Longenbaugh, as well as an interview with him.

Part 1: Four pieces by John Longenbaugh, plus an interview with the Seattle playwright, who grew up in Sitka.

Part 2: More with John Longenbaugh, discussing each of the four pieces individually.

Sound effects: Jeanne Stolberg, Jasmine Shaw, Joshua Houston, Jack Petersen, Paul Norwood

Technical crew: J. Bradley, John Herchenrider, Liz Schababerle, Angelo Cannizzarro, Isaac Pike, Walter Palof

Producer: Shannon Haugland

Director: Ed Ronco

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