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SHOW ME: ASBX Shorts Episode 6

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Rural West Texas, August of 1966. A skeptically hopeful fifteen-year-old returns home from church camp determined to uncover definitive proof of the existence of angels. The outcome of her act of faith yields lasting ramifications.



by Amber Wood



SHOW ME is the sixth of six short audio fiction pieces created and produced by North Carolina artists. Artist Soapbox Shorts were specifically contributed by the artists to aid in fundraising and to get everyone excited about Jesus Pancake, the new audio fiction series in development.



Contribute to Jesus Pancake via our Indiegogo campaign!



Listen to this short podcast episode for more information: ASBX JP is a G-O! (A solo update by Tamara)



Soapboxers are the official patrons of the Artist Soapbox podcast. Get on the Soapbox with us at Patreon or make a one-time donation via Ko-fi at https://ko-fi.com/artistsoapbox or via PayPal at PayPal.Me/artistsoapbox.



If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation, please consider our non-profit Soapbox Audio Collective.







ASBX shorts are an Artist Soapbox production, co-produced by Aurelia Belfield and Tamara Kissane, and sound designed by Jasmine Hunjan.



SHOW ME was written by Amber Wood.



Directed by Rachel Klem



Production Manager: Griffin James



Performed by: Marleigh Purgar-McDonald (The Girl), Page Purgar (Narrator)



Transcript of SHOW ME



Amber WoodMarleigh Purgar-McDonaldPage PurgarRachel KlemGriffin JamesJasmine Hunjan



BIOS



Amber Wood (Playwright):Theatre maker and storyteller Amber Wood (she/her/hers) celebrates empathy and lifelong play. After moving from Durham, NC to Hamilton, Ontario, she founded Lightbulb Heart, a storytime and collaborative theatre company committed to emotional wholeness and dismantling oppression through thoughtful story curation and compassionate engagement. Amber’s writing focuses primarily on community building and mental health advocacy: “Karaoke Visiting Hour” (2019 Mind Play Theatre Festival); “There’s an Easy Bake Oven Where My Heart Should Be.”



Marleigh Purgar-McDonald (Actor, THE GIRL) is an actress in the triangle, and a rising freshman at UNC Chapel Hill. She has recently worked with Seed Art Share, Justice Theater Project, and Sonorous Road. She loves educating others through theater, and spending time with her family and cat.