Rachel Gladstone’s “The Petty Chronicles” now posted on YouTube

Rachel Gladstone’s “The Petty Chronicles” now available on YouTube

By Dave Carew

I’m happy to report that video highlights from Rachel Gladstone’s play “The Petty Chronicles: A New Comedy about the Funny Side of Divorce” now are available on YouTube. (Simply type “Petty Chronicles” into the “search” function on YouTube, and most scenes from the play will pop up, presented in easy-to-view segments of just-a few-minutes each.)

If you missed this hilarious-and-poignant play’s five-day debut run at Bongo Java After Hours Theatre in February, this is your chance to see the work exactly as it was presented at that time.

“I’m so pleased my friend Arthur Kirkby filmed the play, and now has posted it for everyone in the world to see on Youtube,” Rachel Gladstone told Underground Nashville. “Many, many people have honored me by telling me the play could successfully be taken to the next level—by being performed in major markets such as Chicago, Atlanta, New York, or again in Nashville—so I’m hoping that, via YouTube, a prospective director or producer will see the work’s value and be interested in presenting it later in the year.”

Rachel says there also will be an announcement about the posting of the play’s scenes on YouTube at Firstwivesworld.com, where her “Petty Chronicles” blog enjoys the enthusiastic weekly following of 25,000 readers worldwide.

David M. (Dave) Carew is editor of “Underground Nashville” and the author of the novels “Everything Means Nothing to Me: A Novel of Underground Nashville” and “Voice from the Gutter.” He also is a freelance publicist and copywriter.

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