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93.2 FM

93.2 FM
Your Price: $16.95 CDN
Author: Levi David Addai
Publisher: Methuen Drama
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 79
Pub. Date: 2006
ISBN-10: 0713684372
ISBN-13: 9780713684377

About the Play:

93.2 FM is a full-length comedy by Levi David Addai. When the founder and chief DJ of a south London community radio station gets the opportunity to move up to a major station, his partner accuses him of disloyally turning his back on his community and friends. There's a storm brewing and the live phone-ins might not be able to provide all the answers. A sharp look at contemporary music culture.

The setting is the on-air studio of a small south London local community radio station. The co-owners, Coach and Bossman, are a dynamic duo as disc jockeys and have built up a loyal following with their live phone-ins. But then Coach wins a talent contest that lands him a possible job with the big-shot City FM. If he takes it, will he be an inspiring symbol of progress for the community or will he be betraying his roots? With additional problems posed by a slacker brother, a demanding girlfriend and the true paternity of the child she's expecting, 93.2FM is a sharp comedy about friendship, dreams and the conflict awakened by ambition. It's about achieving your goals and what may, or may not be compromised along the way.

Levi David Addai's first play, 93.2 FM, was performed at the Royal Court Theatre in 2005 and then revived in 2006 before touring to Cardiff, Birmingham, Liverpool, and Brighton.

Cast: 3 women, 4 men

What people say:

"This is a must-see new play, not only for young people but for everyone. Levi has his finger on the pulse – a writer to watch out for." — Choice FM

About the Playwright:

Levi David Addai is a British playwright and screenwriter. Born in South London to Ghanaian parents, he began his playwrighting career whilst studying at Brunel University. He has been critically acclaimed for his stage work including 93.2 FM.