Your Playhouse of Favorites features classic and memorable stories and novels from classic literature. Most of the collection features adventure stories from the 19th century all of which continue to spark the imagination to this day. The shows are great production quality and highly entertaining to bibliophiles and adventure fans alike.
Some of the stories in Your Playhouse of Favorites old time radio show include:
- "The Suicide Club" by Robert Louis Stevenson – Detective Fiction short stories first published in 1878.
- "The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant" – a short story first published in 1884 about a couple who has to work for 10 years to pay for a lost necklace
- "The Three Musketeers" – the story of a young man who yearns to join the French royal guards. He meet three friends who live by the motto "all for one, one for all."
- "Treasure Island" by Robert Louis Stevenson – A coming of age adventure story with Long John Silver!
Put down your books and tune that dial to Your Playhouse of Favorites!
For more dramatized broadway plays, see also: Showtime. For other literature-based see also: American Novels, Authors Collection, The Author Meets the Critics, Author's Playhouse, Best Plays, Favorite Story, Great Plays, NBC University Theater, New Theater, Theater Guild on the Air, Tell It Again, Theater Royal, World's Greatest Novels, and Your Playhouse of Favorites.