LAOSP on 'Offramp' *

KPCC-FM’s John Rabe did a fun piece on our Script Project this weekend on his weekly show, which airs throughout greater Los Angeles and is now available to hear worldwide on the web.

John interviewed me for the story and then had some on-air talent from around the station play one of our scenes. We chose some early pages for the actors to do -- the scene written by 11-year-old Jonah Lazar which has the two cops, Deland and Gallardo, informing Celeste of her husband’s murder, and which also introduces Rachel.

John’s a good interviewer and a good editor (or editorial supervisor, I’m not sure which). He had read both the “Right of Way” script-in-progress and the Script Notes and seemed to be a big fan of both.

If you missed the five-minute segment on our project, you can catch it here. (*Edited to reflect a new, more direct link.)

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