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Massive

By: Charlie Josephine
Narrated by: Sophie Melville,Nima Taleghani,Erin Doherty
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Publisher's summary

Written by British playwright and actor Charlie Josephine, Massive is a queer love story that is pulsing with urgency and unapologetically poetic.

Emily’s life changes after a terrible car accident when a magnetic stranger, Jax, steps in to take her hand. Their serendipitous union empowers Emily to finally feel comfortable in her own skin, but when the couple’s relationship veers off course, Emily is drawn into a web of obsession and lies.

This audio play features immersive audio techniques; to maximize the listening experience, headphones are recommended (but not required!). Please note this audiobook contains strong language and adult themes. Discretion is advised.

Playwright Charlie Josephine was awarded a commission through the Audible Emerging Playwrights Fund, an initiative dedicated to developing innovative original plays driven by language and voice. As an Audible commissioned playwright, they received funding and creative support to develop Massive.

Playwright Charlie Josephine was awarded a commission through the Audible Emerging Playwrights Fund, an initiative dedicated to developing innovative original plays driven by language and voice. As an Audible commissioned playwright, they received funding and creative support to develop Massive.
©2020 Charlie Josephine (P)2020 AO Media LLC
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About the Creator

Charlie Josephine is an actor represented by Hatton McEwan Penford, and a writer represented by The Agency. Their award winning theatre work includes Bitch Boxer, BLUSH, and Pops. They can be found on Twitter @charli3jo3

About the Performer

Sophie Melville trained at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Television credits include Bang Series 2, Call the Midwife, The Left Behind, and The Missing 2 (all BBC). Select theatre credits include: Pops (Roxy Assembly—The Stage Award for Outstanding Performance), Wolfie (Theatre503), Blue (Chapter Theatre); Close Quarters (Sheffield Crucible); Pops (Young Vic); No One Will Tell Me How to Start a Revolution (Hampstead Theatre); The Divide (The Old Vic); Pagans (The Old Vic); Low Level Panic (Orange Tree Theatre); 2066 (Almeida Theatre); Blackbird (The Other Room Theatre, Wales Theatre Awards Best Female Performance); Insignificance (Theatr Clwyd); Iphigenia in Splott (National Theatre/Theater 59E59 NYC/The Sherman/Edinburgh Fringe Festival and International Tour, The Stage Award for Acting Excellence, Wales Theatre Award for Best Female Performance, Evening Standard Award nomination for Best Actress, Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance).

About the Performer

Nima Taleghani was most recently seen performing alongside James McAvoy in Cryano de Bergerac at Playhouse Theatre which was nominated for Best Revival at the 2020 Olivier Awards. His other stage credits include Macbeth at Royal Exchange Theatre and Armadillo at Yard Theatre, along with The Merry Wives of Windsor and Romeo & Juliet for the Royal Shakespeare Company. His screen credits include Hatton Garden, Casualty, and features 90 Minutes and Dublin Oldschool.

About the Performer

Erin Doherty attended the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and is best known for her break out performance as Princess Anne in Netflix’s The Crown. Erin was a 2018 Screen International Star of Tomorrow and a 2018 Evening Standard Rising Star. In 2020, Erin was honored at the Newport Beach Film Festival as a ‘Breakout Honouree’ following her role as Princess Anne. Further film/TV credits include Unprecented (BBC), Call the Midwife, and Les Misérables (BBC). Doherty is also a highly respected theater actress, playing leads in some of the best houses in London and across the UK. She was the winner of The Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year 2015.
Theatre credits include Pink Mist (Bristol Old Vic), Wish List (Manchester’s Royal Exchange/London’s Royal Court Theatre) for which she won Best Actress in a Studio Production at the Manchester Theatre Awards, Jack Thorne’s Junkyard (Headlong), My Name is Rachel Corrie (The Young Vic), The Divide (Edinburgh International Festival/The Old Vic), A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic), and Wolfie (Theatre 503). In February 2020, it was announced that Erin will star opposite John Boyega in the Netflix film Rebel Ridge. The film will also star Don Johnson.

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