Short Plays for Short Journeys

The Shell Pilgrim by Susan Conte

December 16, 2020 Wild Duck Productions Season 1 Episode 1
Short Plays for Short Journeys
The Shell Pilgrim by Susan Conte
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Short Plays for Short Journeys
The Shell Pilgrim by Susan Conte
Dec 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
Wild Duck Productions

Do you have to be religious to go on a pilgrimage today? Maybe it’s the perfect time for some self-reflection instead. But if you look deep enough, will you like what you see? We join three young pilgrims as they find big surprises waiting on the road ahead.

The Shell Pilgrim was written by Susan Conte and directed by Jane Gough.   
It featured Fleur de Henrie Pearce as Amanda, Craig Barclay as Brendan, and Daniel Emilio Baldock as Francesco.
 

This episode is part of the inaugural season of
Short Plays for Short Journeys, the podcast that brings you new plays by exciting authors, to listen to while you’re on the move.  

Short Plays for Short Journeys is brought to you by Wild Duck Productions and hosted by me, Elizabeth Ollier.  Original music and sound design by Harry Doyle.   

Don’t forget that you can support our work with emerging authors by donating on the Wild Duck website

Support the show (https://www.wildducktheatre.com/donate)

Show Notes

Do you have to be religious to go on a pilgrimage today? Maybe it’s the perfect time for some self-reflection instead. But if you look deep enough, will you like what you see? We join three young pilgrims as they find big surprises waiting on the road ahead.

The Shell Pilgrim was written by Susan Conte and directed by Jane Gough.   
It featured Fleur de Henrie Pearce as Amanda, Craig Barclay as Brendan, and Daniel Emilio Baldock as Francesco.
 

This episode is part of the inaugural season of
Short Plays for Short Journeys, the podcast that brings you new plays by exciting authors, to listen to while you’re on the move.  

Short Plays for Short Journeys is brought to you by Wild Duck Productions and hosted by me, Elizabeth Ollier.  Original music and sound design by Harry Doyle.   

Don’t forget that you can support our work with emerging authors by donating on the Wild Duck website

Support the show (https://www.wildducktheatre.com/donate)