Something in the Nothing: A Radio Play

Something in the Nothing Nicholas Conley Alzheimers radio play dementia nursing home new hampshire

From the author of Pale Highway comes a radio play that aired live on WSCA 106.1 FM in New Hampshire, on August 23rd, 2016. Set in a nursing home, Nicholas Conley’s Something in the Nothing tells the simple story of a conversation between an Alzheimer’s patient and his caregiver — a conversation that will have a dramatic impact upon both of their lives, forever.

Something in the Nothing stars the voices of John Pearson, Erika Wilson, Jessica Rainville, Jessie Duthrie, David Phreaner, and Suzy Manzi. The play was directed by John Lovering from an original script by Nicholas Conley.

Listen to Something in the Nothing below:



Don’t Dis My Ability

To those who missed my interview on WSCA 106.1 FM’s “Don’t Dis my Ability,” never fear! There’ll be video footage soon. In the meantime, you can also listen to the audio file online at the WSCA website, right here. Just scroll down to the “Don’t Dis My Ability” section, and click on the 04-12-2016 show! I talk about Alzheimer’s, healthcare, writing, Pale Highway, and more, including my upcoming Alzheimer’s-themed radio play titled “Something in the Nothing,” that I’ve written for the station!

Thanks to Ronnie, Pamela and Lee for putting on such a terrific program.