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The Diarist ~ an audio drama

By Donna Barrow-Green

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The Diarist is a serialized audio fiction podcast. The Diarist immerses listeners into the 1950s world of Madison Avenue Advertising and leads them through the bizarre and often frightening inner worlds of the characters.   After completing Katherine Gibbs Secretarial School, Andrea Davies takes a position at a large New York Advertising firm, admittedly there to find a husband and secure a life as a well-to-do, country club socialite.Andrea becomes increasingly drawn into her boss Richard Hayes' bizarre personal life. She begins to assume the role of his wife and mother of his young daughter. However, a parallel reality continues back at his apartment where his psychotic wife moves in and out of insanity. Things are not always as they seem in this neo-noir thriller. The Diarist, explores the darker side of the human psyche and the terrifying consequences of indulging in base desires.     The Diarist was written by Donna Barrow-Green.   Credits   Donna Barrow-Green, Writer, Co-Producer, Co-Director   Beth Ricketson (Andrea), Actor, Co-Producer, Co-Director   Ryan Bowen (Richard), Actor, Co-Producer   Corinne Elena, (Margaret Hayes, Lucy), Actor    Darlene Sorensen, Actor (Mother, Ellen)   Eric Schniewind,, Actor (Father, Steven Morris)   Nikki Flinn, Actor (Velvet Maud)    Heather Dowling, Actor (Elizabeth) Pierson Rintz, Actor (Doctor, various) Emerson McRaven, Actor (Various)   Ben Green, Sound Engineering Consultant Chad Thumann, Creative Consultant

Customer Reviews

Engaging Story of Mid-Century Working Woman

Enjoyed the story and the main character...looking forward to more episodes :)

Kind of Like MadMen, but from Peggy's perspective

This is more like an audiobook than a podcast, with the different voice actors and sound effects.
You have the desirable Bossman and his new secretary who's full of great marketing ideas, set in the 1950's. There's a blossoming romance with mystery and intrigue, ooh and hints at an upcoming betrayal.
Characters are well-developed. The plot is awesome. And each episode runs about a half-hour in length, so I can listen to it on my lunch break.
You'll want to subscribe to this one. I did!

Interested to hear where this goes

If you liked the TV show Mad Men, chances are you will be intrigued by this podcast. I am fully addicted to this story, although the main character, Andrea is truly getting on my last good nerve. (Possibly due to the 1950s culture that I very clearly would not have adapted well too... hahahaha). Andrea’s mom makes me want to shake her & I still haven’t decided how I feel about Richard...

Anytime characters give the listener such a strong response, it’s probably safe to say it’s an interesting story.

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  • Language: English

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