The Talk of TROY – ”‘Medea: A Greek Tragedy‘ & The ‘Spooked‘ Tradition” – October 22nd, 2021

This week, Troy University’s Department of Theatre and Dance is staging a production of “Medea: A Greek Tragedy”. As Host Marissa Lacey tells us, the classic story stars a mother who seeks revenge on her unfaithful husband.
And, just in time for Halloween, TROY Public Radio is airing a marathon of scary stories from Snap Judgment’s “Spooked” Podcast. “Spooked” Host Glynn Washington always warns listeners: “Never ever, ever, ever, never ever, ever turn out the lights.” But, as Cody Skelton reports, it’s an annual tradition for members of the TPR staff to listen to “Spooked” together… in the dark.