NH Unscripted with Ray Dudley

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3X New Hampshire Theatre Awards winner, actor, author Ray Dudley chats with the movers and shakers of the arts and entertainment industries to talk shop.

We want to know all about them: their passions, their projects, their futures!

Directors, actors, filmmakers, government officials, casting agents, etc.

Examples of Theaters: Hatbox Theatre, Concord City Auditorium, Winnipesaukee Playhouse, Jean's Playhouse, The Players Ring, etc.


Last Gas - Wayland Bunnell and Patrick McGranaghan
Apr 25 2022
Last Gas - Wayland Bunnell and Patrick McGranaghan
Wayland Bunnell and Patrick McGranaghan take a moment to talk about the play "Last Gas" which will be opening shortly in the Concord City Auditorium. May 6-8, 2022 Directed by Wayland Bunnell Cast List Nat Paradis: Patrick McGranaghan Troy Paridis-Pulcifer: Ryan Flaherty Dwight Paradis: Eric Stanley Guy Gagnon: Jerry Smith Cherry-Tracy Pulcifer: Heather Carmichael Lureen Legassey Soloway: Suzanne Watts Synopsis: Last Gas by John Cariani Nat Paradis is a Red Sox-loving part-time dad who manages Paradis Last Convenient Store, the last convenient place to get gas--or anything-- before the Canadian border and on the edge of what's wild and what's not. If you remember our production of "Almost, Maine" in February of 2011, you'll remember how delightful Cariani's characters and situations are. Last Gas also takes place in way-northern Maine, in a very small, unincorporated town, T16-R8, where unusual things happen to ordinary people. Long-time member Wayland Bunnell (from way-northern Colebrook, New Hampshire) directs a cast of six, four of which are brand new to The Players: Suzanne Watts, Heather Carmichael, Eric Stanley and Patrick McGranaghan. Children's Theater veteran Ryan Flaherty plays the teenage son, and Jerry Smith (The Full Monty, The Drowsy Chaperone, and others) round out the cast. Both staff and actors are wonderful, devoted, and working hard to bring this amazing play to you. So come take another trip back to way-northern Maine and see how funny, touching, moving and universal the human condition is. There's more than moose that can cross and impact our paths!