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MONDAY, JULY 16: "Remembrance of a Kievian Romance, The Caruso Adventures," by Army Specialist Charles Mazzarella stationed in Baghdad– a love affair (written in the stars) that takes place in the former Soviet Union. Read by Rob Hagen.
TUESDAY, JULY 17: "Nothing But Road Apples: A Half-Intelligent, Yet Somewhat Conscious Grab at Thought," by Rob Hagen, psychologist for the NYS South Beach Psychiatric Center, Staten Island. The story describes the struggles of a wannabe writer trying to recapture the creative energies of his childhood imagination.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 18: "NYPD Shampoo: Haircuts and Handcuffs, " a humorous radio drama written and performed by students from the August Aichhorn Center, produced with the assistance of 826NYC and the Writers Guild of America, East. Followed by works by other 826NYC students; taped by Anthony Mascorra of 826NYC.
THURSDAY, JULY 19: Army Specialist Charles Mazzarella– rebroadcast of 7/16.
FRIDAY, JULY 20: Rob Hagen– rebroadcast of 7/17.
MONDAY, JULY 23: 826NYC students– rebroadcast of 7/18.
TUESDAY, JULY 24: Army Specialist Charles Mazzarella–rebroadcast of 7/16.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 25: Rob Hagen– rebroadcast of 7/17.
THURSDAY, JULY 26: 826 NYC students–rebroadcast of 7/18.
(1) Rebroadcasts of previous EVERYTHING GOES? programs will continue after July 26.
(2) Rebroadcasts of T&WC's TEACHER AS HISTORIAN continues to be aired on WNYE-FM/91.5, weekdays, 6–6:30 PM.
(4) Teachers & Writers Collaborative programs are made possible in part with the support of the New York State Council of the Arts.
Contact: Irwin Gonshak, TWC Radio Drama Producer firstname.lastname@example.org