The Anti-Pestilence League Brings Some Holiday Cheer To Your Ears This December

APL_logoThe Anti-Pestilence League, Harley Quinn Studios’ COVID baby, has done it again with its second installment. This time around, director and APL commissioner, Kat Reynolds, takes us on yet another old timey radio journey with an appropriately Christmas-themed episode from the classic series, OUR MISS BROOKS. Reynolds had this to say about the APL’s choice for a second episode: “While not everyone celebrates Christmas proper, this particular go reminds us humour is in style during ANY season.” The holiday episode is scheduled to be released before 12pm on December 24th, 2020.

As before, this latest offering is being provided for free online to all fans of the Harley Quinn Studios Facebook page. Not yet a fan? Well, you should be!

Visit https://www.facebook.com/HarleyQuinnStudios and “like” the page for this and various other artistic projects.

OUR MISS BROOKS debuted on radio in 1948 and both it and the television show, which debuted in 1952, ran concurrently until the series ended in 1956. OMB presented a plausible and a terribly realistic slice of life that earned many laughs and the admiration of the students and teachers in all of us. CONNIE’S LETTER TO SANDY CLAWSSS features the vocal talents of regular company members Betsy Bossart, Allen Lindsey, Jeremiah Plessinger, and Karolina Prokop. Newcomers Lisa D. Dirkes and Evan Koons help round out this talented cast with their vocal stylings. Both original and new cast members will be back for the APL’s third project, scheduled to be released in February 2021.

In the words of Harley Quinn Studios’ founder, we wish you a Merry Chrismachanukwanzukah and the happiest of New Years!

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