Clay Reynolds worked as a paid script writer and adapter of his own as well as others’ works. In the mid-1980s he adapted and wrote three original radio plays for live broadcast on an National Public Radio affiliate; in the late 1990s, he adapted his own works for the screen. Although initially optioned, none of these has yet been filmed.
Agatite. Benjamin Mouton & Associates, 1996-2004.
“The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky.” (Adapted from Stephen Crane’s short story) 1984. National Public Radio Affiliate, KVLU 91.3.
“Journalism in Tennessee” (Adapted from Mark Twain’s short sketch) 1984. National Public Radio Affiliate, KVLU 91.3.
Monuments. Daydream Entertainment, 1999-2000.
Players. Daydream Entertainment, 1997-1999; Mower Entertainment, 2000-2002; Seymour Englander Productions, 2002-2003.
“Seven Rode at Midnight,” (original radio play) 1985. National Public Radio Affiliate, KVLU 91.3.
The Vigil, Daydream Entertainment, 1998-2000; Yagya Productions, 2001-2003.