Connor Anderson, inmate of Anchor Falls State Penitentiary, is approaching his final sessions with psychologist Dr Stevens. Has Connor made enough progress to be up for parole, has he realized the error of his ways and transformed enough for redemption and release? Time is running out, and Dr Stevens has some uncomfortable home truths that need to be said.
The Client. We follow the last four sessions between Dr Stevens and prisoner Connor Anderson as they try to work through Connor's issues that led him to crime, and hopefully put Connor on the road to rehabilitation and redemption.
In his youth, a random spate of arson left two children dead, and Connor has gradually come to face up to his actions. But he is nervous. Has he done enough to be up for parole, is early release really going to come his way?
Connor is aware that Dr Stevens has begun to take a different tone with him, as if he believes Connor may have just been playing the system, acting like the reformed character instead of true change.
And as the final sessions draw to a close, what will the result of nearly a year of psychological therapy really turn out to be?
A Huron City Radio Drama Production for Albion Media
What is Huron City Radio Drama Presents?
A series of 30 minute Radio Dramas originally broadcast in The Midnite Hour with Tom Bobbajobski. Tales with a supernatural undercurrent from the world of Huron City Radio, entertainment for the ears.