The Lost Elevator

The second audible drama from Northern Lights Media is an adaption of a play. This is the very definition of a full-cast production. I could picture the stage and the actors who inhabited it, making this an enjoyable experience. Even if you aren’t a fan of live theater—though from my experience most audio drama fans are some form of actor/actress—the piece is short enough that it doesn’t become boring.

The ending didn’t have any big twist that redefined the story. The twist came at the end of the play when the people trapped figured out what happened to the elevator. Most stories these days have a big twist that changes the nature of the story. Back when this play was written, the exact opposite must have been true. in terms of writing, the twist was inevitable, just not surprising.


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