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Thrilled to share the good news that  I STILL THINK ABOUT YOU, premiered at the 2021  HEARnow Festival, winning the Gold Award. It’s been a true labor of love during the pandemic, and often painstaking creating conversations and entire relationships from disparate recordings from a cast of brilliant actors who were up for it all.

     ISTAY is an audio drama/ fiction podcast based on a true story, centering around some mysterious and strange events occurring during a past relationship.  

     

     "Adam McClure, successful New York actor, revisits a haunting incident from his past. When coincidence brings an old friend back into his life, Adam fears for his new relationship, his sanity, and his life. Unsettling and mysterious, I Still Think About You is part mystery memoir, part psychological thriller, with twists and turns until the very end."

*Gold Award, HEAR now Festival 2021 -

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About
   The Show

I STILL THINK ABOUT YOU is a seven episode serial podcast- an audio drama based on a true story.

     Adam McClure, successful New York actor, revisits a haunting incident from his past. When coincidence brings an old friend  back into his life, Adam fears for his new relationship, his sanity, and his life. Unsettling and mysterious, I Still Think About You is part mystery memoir, part psychological thriller, with twists and turns until the very end.

      We revisit Adam’s past, arriving with open enthusiasm in Manhattan in the mid-1990s, taking odd jobs in a restaurant and law firm while building his acting resume. This mysterious memoir details people he encounters—people who will come back into his life—Caroline; southern belle & party girl who under mysterious circumstances, Adam loses contact with; Dylan Lodge, an enigmatic actor who mentors Adam. A decade later, Adam learns details about Caroline, and Dylan and Adam have an unexpected, strange reunion. What appears as an odd coincidence soon becomes a matter of obsession that makes Adam fear for his life, and question the relationship with his new partner, Tom. As he digs deeper into the mystery of Dylan Lodge, Adam learns unsettling  details that alter the course of his life. “There’s nothing for it, you know? You have to play it as it lays, …you just have to keep moving forward…”

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Creator

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Brian Hutchison

Brian Hutchison has appeared on Broadway in The Boys in the Band (TONY AWARD-Best Revival of a Play), Man and Boy (with Frank Langella and Adam Driver), Looped (opposite Valerie Harper), Exit the King (with Geoffrey Rush and Susan Sarandon), Proof, and The Invention of Love. Off-Broadway credits include How To Transcend a Happy Marriage (opposite Marisa Tomei-Lincoln Center) Smokefall (opposite Zachary Quinto) Pocatello (with TR Knight) Regrets, Spirit Control, From Up Here, and Go Back to Where You Are among others, at such theaters as Manhattan Theatre Club, Playwrights Horizons, and Manhattan Class Company.         In addition to performing major roles all over the country, Brian’s film and television credits include The Boys in the Band (Netflix-GLAAD MEDIA AWARD), Lisey’s Story, The Sinner, Madam Secretary, FBI-Most Wanted, Instinct, Elementary,Vinyl, Show Me a Hero, Killing Kennedy, Vino Veritas, Winter's Tale, Love and Other Drugs, Do No Harm, Person of Interest, The Good Wife, Law & Order: SVU, etc. Brian holds an MFA in Dramatic Arts from the Old Globe Theater/University of San Diego.

     Brian has recorded hundreds of audiobooks, in most genres including westerns, romance, sci-fi, thrillers, young adult, and non fiction. In the past few years, Brian has received a golden earphones award for Sing You Home by Jodi Picoult , a SOVA award for Leaving the Sea by Ben Marcus, and 3 Audie Nominations for Snowbound by Richard Wheeler, Clockwork Lives by Kevin Anderson and Neil Peart, and How it Went Down by Kekla Magoon, all of these in the Multi Narrator category. He has recorded titles for Recorded Books, Audible, Blackstone, ACX, and Simon & Schuster among others. I Still Think About You, which premiered at the HEARnow Festival in 2021, is Brian’s first audio drama.       

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