BIOHAZARD 2 DRAMA ALBUM ~The Little Runaway Sherry~ (バイオハザード2 ドラマアルバム ～小さな逃亡者・シェリー～,baiohazādo 2 dorama arubamu ~ chīsana tōbō-sha sherī ~?) is a Japanese radio play. The play was produced by Capcom's newly established in-house sound studio, Suleputer with writing tackled by the equally new creative writing studio, Flagship. The play aired in four parts on Radio Osaka's Iizuka Mayumi no MEGA-TON Smile from 7–28 February 1999.[note 1] Fans who bought CD copies when they came out were also entered into a lottery for three different types of prizes. The two A-Prize winners won limited-edition SEIKO-brand R-SUS watches, five B-Prize winners received MobyDick Tyrant figures and a promotional VHS, and a further 200 winners of the C-Prize won BIOHAZARD-themed wallets.
In late 1998 Capcom entered an agreement with Radio Osaka to produce a series of Flagship-written radio plays to air on their Sunday show, Iizuka Mayumi no MEGA-TON Smile. These plays were each cut into four to five parts, and would be aired throughout the month. These radio plays were Chōkō Senki Kikaiō, broadcast from 8–29 November; Street Fighter Zero 3, broadcast from 6–27 December; Quiz Nanairo Dreams: Nijiiro-chō no Kiseki, broadcast from 3–31 January; The Little Runaway Sherry from 7–28 February, and concluding with BIOHAZARD 2 Drama Album ~The Female Spy Ada Lives~ from 7–28 March. With Resident Evil 2 writer Noboru Sugimura busy handling scripts for Resident Evil 0, Resident Evil CODE:Veronica and Resident Evil 4, writing duties for The Little Runaway Sherry were instead tackled by Kyōko Sagiyama, Junichi Miyashita and Yasuyuki Suzuki, television writers familiar with Sugimura.