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Author: Jeffrey Hatcher Narrator: Rue McClanahan, Bruce Davison, Laura San Giacomo Publisher: L.A. Theatre Works Format: Audio Theater Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: February 2010 ISBN: 9781580816656
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A funeral parlor in a small Midwestern town is the setting for these three darkly funny and touching short plays. In Tell Tale, we enter the private thoughts of a respectable married mortician, lost in passion for a beautiful real estate broker who markets to the bereaved. In Thief of Tears, we meet Mac, the attractive daughter of an upper-class WASP family who frequents the Viper Room and steals jewelry from corpses. And in Thirteen Things about Ed Carpolotti, a newly widowed suburban matron finds her world crashing about her—only to be rescued by love from beyond the grave.


An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring Bruce Davison, Laura San Giacomo and Rue McClanahan.

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About the Author

Jeffrey Hatcher is an American playwright and screenwriter. He adapted his play Compleat Female Stage Beauty into the film Stage Beauty and has written the screenplays for Casanova, The Duchess, Mr. Holmes, and The Good Liar.

About the Narrator

Bruce Davison, narrator, received critics’ praise for his reading of On the Waterfront, an adaptation that was named a finalist for the prestigious Audie Award in 2004. As an actor, he has enjoyed an over four-decade career including everything from Shakespeare to Seinfeld. On Broadway, he starred in The Elephant Man and earned numerous other strong theatrical roles, winning the Los Angeles Drama Critics Award for his work in Streamers in 1977. In film, he’s won a Golden Globe, a NSFC Award, and other awards for best supporting actor. His numerous television credits include General Hospital and Knight Rider. He has also occasionally served as a writer, producer, and director. He lives with his family in the Los Angeles area.