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Creating an audio drama was new territory for the Kansas City Actors Theatre. When the pandemic brought an end to in-person performances, some theaters began streaming productions online. To the Theatre’s artistic chair, John Rensenhouse, that felt “a bit like fitting a square peg into a round hole, because it’s not live theater,” he said. But he recognized that the “theater of the ear, as it were, is something that could be fully realized in a pandemic situation.” Historically, audio dramas dwindled in popularity when television arrived on the scene.