“Pete & Petria’s Petrifying Podcast: A Radio Play”

For Page & Screen Productions is thrilled to present the WORLD PREMIERE of “Pete & Petria’s Petrifying Podcast: A Radio Play” written by David Lipshutz and Dana Hall!

Join paranormal podcasters Pete Goldberg (voiced by Evan Rodenhausen), Petria Hobbs (voiced by Tori Bissonette), and their trusted producer Mike Apodaca (voiced by Christian Patchell) as they become the first-ever paranormal invesitgators to gain access to the infamously haunted Wexler House—aka the tingler house! Full of unwanted intruders, potentially haunted dolls, and a Scooby-Doo-style caretaker, this hilariously unexpected horror-comedy will have you unsure of whether to burst out laughing or run for the hills.

Listen to the full show now in our latest episode!

“Pete & Petria’s Petrifying Podcast: A Radio Play”


Written by
David Lipshutz
Dana Hall

Directed and Edited by
Sarah Edmonds

Tori Bissonette as Petria Hobbs
Evan Rodenhausen as Pete Goldberg
Christian Patchell as Mike Apodaca & Herbert
Alex Land as Bennie
Sherri Hall as Magdalena
Amanda Sturman as Anna

Featured Music Includes:
Don’t Go Inside by WombatNoisesAudio | https://soundcloud.com/user-734462061
Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com
Creative Commons / Attribution 3.0 Unported License (CC BY 3.0)

Additional Sound Effects

Special thanks to Courtney Clark and all of the wonderful people involved in creation of this production.

Behind the Scenes:

“Pete & Petria’s Petrifying Podcast: A Radio Play” is the script that started it all. When David and Dana submitted their script to our magazine’s second issue, they became the inspiration for what is now For Page & Screen Productions. Our editorial team immediately fell in love with their script and, with the authors’ blessings and the support of a wonderfully talented cast, we set out to making Pete & Petria’s Petrifying Podcast a reality.

After several months of collaborative work, we are beyond thrilled to be able to present the world premiere of “Pete & Petria’s Petrifying Podcast: A Radio Play,” the project that has sparked what we hope will be a long tradition of helping authors, filmmakers, and creators of all kinds make their ideas a reality.

We hope you love this production as much as we do!