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Former WHYY employee Sarah Davis takes on the lead role of Nora Gallagher in this year's radio Christmas play.
John Timpane voices the role of Tony Razzolini, an elderly man of great learning, but shaky sanity.
Elisabeth Perez Luna directs this year's radio play, "Certain Poor Shepherds."
"Certain Poor Shepherds" writer and narrator Chris Satullo cracks up during one of the scene recordings.
Shannon McDonald plays Julia Fideli, Nora's best friend, roomate, and bandmate.
John Timpane sings "The First Noel" during a recording of WHYY's radio play, "Certain Poor Shepherds."
Eugene Sonn, audio news director, plays the part of a surly security guard.
Sarah Davis and John Timpane read from a scene in the radio Christmas play "Certain Poor Shepherds."
Chris Satullo and Tony Auth joined NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller for a look behind the scenes at the making of “Certain Poor Shepherds.”
Certain Poor Shepherds, Scene 7: The stars, a hard truth, and a sweet surprise
In Day 7 of “Certain Poor Shepherds,” our Christmas tale by Chris Satullo and Tony Auth, the story concludes with one parting
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Certain Poor Shepherds, Scene 6: There arose such a clatter
In Day 6 of “Certain Poor Shepherds,” our Christmas tale by Chris Satullo and Tony Auth, our heroine, Nora Gallagher, takes h
Certain Poor Shepherds, Scene 5: Tomato soup, good dirt and Amadeus
In Day 5 of “Certain Poor Shepherds,” our Christmas tale by Chris Satullo and Tony Auth, our heroine Nora Gallagher visits he
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