Audible Theater to Release Audio Adaptation of The Inheritance | Playbill

Streaming Audible Theater to Release Audio Adaptation of The Inheritance

Four new audio original adaptations will be released as a part of the company's spring slate.

Adam Kantor in The Inheritance Part 2 at Geffen Playhouse Jeff Lorch

Audible will debut four new theatre titles as a part of their spring slate of streaming options. Beginning March 23, Good Enemy, The Inheritance, Dirty Laundry, and Marrow will be made available to stream for audiences worldwide.

Says Audible Theater head Kate Navin: “As Audible Theater expands, we remain dedicated to producing full slates of audio plays that showcase each type of theatrical storytelling we bring to listeners: Good Enemy translates beautifully from our Off-Broadway Minetta Lane stage to audio; The Inheritance makes an award-winning Broadway play available to listeners globally; and two brand new plays from our Emerging Playwright Fund introduce bright industry talents. Audible Theater’s Spring 2023 slate celebrates our mission by bringing you both award-winning stage veterans and rising stars; there’s truly a story for everyone.”

Good Enemy, Yilong Liu's play which premiered Off-Broadway in Fall 2022, explores the relationship between a father and a daughter. The audio adaptation will star Francis Jue.

Matthew López's The Inheritance, fresh off its Geffen Playhouse production after winning the 2020 Tony Award for Best Play, has been captured with the full cast of the Geffen production reprising their roles, including Bill Brochtrup, Juan Castano, Adam Kantor, and Tuc Watkins

Dirty Laundry by Mathilde Dratwa is an absurdist piece exploring the messy nature of life and death through a family in crisis, starring Oscar nominee Marsha Mason, Alison Pill, and Reed Birney

Lastly, the six-episode psychological thriller Marrow by Aditi Brennan Kapil will be released, starring Zehra Fazal, Harriet Harris, and Michael Cullen

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