Presentation of two short plays for WBAI's Mind's Eye Theatre, A touch of strange by Theodore Sturgeon and Better than Eden by William West. One play concerns the loss of a mermaid; the other, the loss of a unicorn. Both plays take place in the nude, and one takes place in the dark. Cast includes Eve Dow, Jane Dow, Judy Richheimer, Adam Smith, John Smith, and Ronald Kahn. Technical direction by Fred Friedman. Production assistant, John Agress. Produced and directed by Baird Searles. Sturgeon's story is used by permission of the author. The very beginning of this program is cut off. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3818.24.
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Theodore Sturgeon, Author; William West, Author; Eve Dow, Performer; Jane Dow, Performer; Judy Richheimer, Performer; Adam Smith, Performer; John Smith, Performer; Ronald Kahn, Performer; Fred Friedman, Technical Producer; John Agress, Assistant Producer; Baird Searles, Producer;