NYC theater production STRINGS will be presented in its lively Radio version on Sunday, November 15th at 20:00 and will be available for 24 hours

Join us for this wonderful, high minded play about the soul of humanity


Mostly set in a New York City music shop, STRINGS is an unflinching portrait of the human heart and a wild exploration of the human spirit.  The voices of six stringed instruments and two humans lend their unique perspectives on life, death, and the wondrous journey of the soul.




STRINGS is written and composed by P.S. Lutz. Unique to this project, the soundtrack is shared with four other composers - Hank Roberts, Hunter Gibson, Putnam Smith, and Brian Dailey - who contributed one song each to this radio production.



Brian Dailey (Tar G.)

Leona Lawrence (Anni Piani)

May Rav (Missy Fortune)

Chris Howard (Nate Spangler)

Ellen Ko (C. Lo)

Amanda Yachechak (Jo)

Erica Becker (Lyn)

Porter Smith (Bassy)

An impossible, mythic cross between The Big Chill and The Little Prince.” - Doc Law

— Theater in the Rhombus

About the playwright and composer P.S. Lutz

 P.S. Lutz is a Renaissance Man. His imagination flows widely and evenly in musical and literary directions. A New American Mythology author, playwright, and lecturer, an innovative composer, a searing romantic lyricist, and a heartfelt performer, he dedicates his creative ​work to bridging distances between people and places far and wide.

Thank you for believing in new, innovative art.
Cakewood Creative Arts