The Golden Peacock. Playwright Jeff Dorchen creates an original radio play inspired by the musings of the three boys in the previous story. (10 minutes)
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We told Chicago playwright Jeff Dorchen about what the three boys in Act One said, and he created a brief original radio play picking up where they left off.
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