radio theater

Halloween horror awaits at the Icebox Radio Theater

[ad_1] Recently, an article appeared on my Facebook feed announcing the Icebox Radio Theater Halloween season in a spooky way. Jeff Adams, artistic director of the community theater company that records in International Falls but is heard around the world,…

Eden Prairie Players launches EPP radio plays

[ad_1] Eden Prairie Players (EPP) has a new online production, EPP Radio Theater. EPP Radio Theater is a new series of short recorded plays for EPP fans to watch. Designed as a way to continue producing theater for our audiences…

Gherkin Radio Theater: ‘Mr. Lincoln’s Wife “and” The Adaptive Ultimate “

[ad_1] Gherkin Radio Theater offers a double header for episode four: “Mr. Lincoln’s Wife”, from The Cavalcade of America Show, starring Mary May as Mary Todd Lincoln, Jathan Black as Tad, Elias Black as Willie, Elizabeth Huntley as Emilie Todd…

THE STRANGE CASE OF NICK M. Original Radio Theater arrives at Imago cinema

[ad_1] Imago Theater and KBOO Community Radio have announced a multi-production radio theater series for 2021. First, The Strange Case of Nick M. by Drew Pisarra, which premieres May 3 at 10 p.m. on KBOO. The public can tune into…

The radio theater “Comedy of errors” promises “a merry party”

[ad_1] Like most arts organizations, the Northwest Arkansas Audio Theater has been largely hampered by the covid-19 pandemic. The five-year organization, dedicated to keeping the magic of radio drama alive, spent most of 2020 squatting, occasionally posting videos of short…

Customer opinion | Hoyt Hilsman: Theater in the Pandemic – Parson’s Nose Radio Theater – Pasadena Now

[ad_1] Hoyt Hilsman When Lance Davis and Mary Chalon started a theater company from their home in South Pasadena twenty years ago, they never dreamed they would end up doing Radio theater. For years, the couple, with a talented set…

Open Air Corona Radio Theater Presents: SF Mime Troupe and ‘A Red Carol’

[ad_1] This week on Open Air, KALW’s radio magazine for the performing arts, host David Latulippe cleans the stage at the Corona Radio Theater for the San Francisco mime troupe, and their first-ever one-room vacation offering. radio with music –…

Theater Rhino & Corona Radio Theater: Battle of Britain – Volti’s 42nd season – Robert Moses Kin

[ad_1] This week on Open Air, KALW’s weekly radio magazine for Bay Area Performing Arts in Times of Corona, we raise the virtual curtain of our Corona Radio Theater to take a close look at London during the Blitz, featuring…

Corona Radio Theater: BATS Improv – New album ‘Rising’ by Friction Quartet – Peter Robinson

[ad_1] This week on Open Air, KALW’s radio magazine for Bay Area Performing Arts in Times of Corona, we raise the virtual curtain of our Corona Radio Theater for members of BATS Improv; host David Latulippe discusses their new album…

Corona Radio Theater: ACT & A Christmas Carol – Three Decembers @ Opera San Jose – Hershey Felder

[ad_1] This week on Open Air, KALW’s radio magazine for the Bay Area performing arts in Times of Corona, we raise the virtual curtain of our Corona Radio Theater for an exclusive preview clip of the production of ACT of…

Southington School of the Arts’ first show since the start of the pandemic is a radio theater

[ad_1] SOUTHINGTON – The Arts at Angeloria theater closed indefinitely on March 13 due to COVID-19. But theater owner and artistic director Lori Holm said the arts are needed more than ever. The 223 Meriden Waterbury Turnpike installation will release…

Sinclair Lewis’ ‘It Can’t Happen Here’ as radio theater masterpiece – people’s world

[ad_1] Available on demand now through Sunday, November 8, and free to listeners (but donations are gratefully accepted), is the Berkeley Rep radio theater production of It can’t happen here. Written in 1935 during the rise of fascism in Europe,…

Corona Radio Theater: Word for Word & The Appropriation of Cultures – SF Ballet – Peter Robinson

[ad_1] This week on Open Air, KALW’s radio magazine for Bay Area Performing Arts in Times of Corona, host David Latulippe welcomes back the members of the theater company Word for word, for their fourth appearance on the virtual stage…

ACT on Corona Radio Theater: ‘The Headlands’ – SF Symphony: CURRENTS – Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue

[ad_1] This week on Open Air, KALW’s radio magazine for the performing arts from the Bay Area to Times of Corona, we welcome to the virtual stage of our Corona Radio Theater, members of the American Conservatory Theater, interpreting an…

SF Playhouse on Corona Radio Theater: ‘Wildwood Park’ – Cabrillo Festival – Schumann’s’ Dichterliebe

[ad_1] This week on Open Air, KALW’s radio magazine for Bay Area Performing Arts in Times of Corona, host David Latulippe welcomes back for his third appearance on the virtual stage of our Corona Radio Theater, the cast Susi Damilano…

Quarantine radio theater draws inspiration from the past during pandemic

[ad_1] Professional theater artists have been unemployed since state and local authorities restricted large gatherings to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus. The continued closure of performance venues also stings people who view theater as a hobby. Community theater…

Sound success: KUNM’s long-standing Radio Theater “a beautiful thing to experience”

[ad_1] Illustration by Cathryn Cunningham / Journal Radio remains a powerful medium. This is why the KUNM Radio Theater program has been a success for many decades. In fact, it is one of the oldest radio theater programs in the…

The Corona Radio Theater continues with the Zoom reading of Word for Word by THE ISLANDERS

[ad_1] NPR affiliate KALW-FM 91.7 FM is suing Corona Radio Theater in its outdoor program with theater company Word for Word’s Reading – on Zoom – of “The Islanders”, an unexpected friendship story, from danger and reconciliation, by Andrew Sean…

Coming soon to the Corona Radio Theater of Open Air: San Francisco Playhouse & “Sorry, wrong number”

[ad_1] This week on Open Air, KALW’s live radio magazine for Bay Area Performing Arts in Times of Corona, the virtual stage of Open Air’s Corona Radio Theater presents San Francisco Playhouse, and their production of one of the most…

Word for word opens the Corona radio theater

[ad_1] NPR affiliate KALW-FM 91.7 FM launches the Corona Radio Theater as part of its open-air program with theater company Word for Word’s Reading – on Zoom – from Tobias Wolff’s “Firelight” story, airs Thursday, April 30 at 1 p.m….

Christmas Confidential: Tie the Laughter Bag at the Winter Radio Theater.

[ad_1] Tired of the same old holiday shows year after year? Has Rudolph’s red nose lost its shine and doesn’t ‘White Christmas’ look so bright? If so, maybe it’s time to turn the tube off for some vacation teasing live…

WGTD radio theater presenting “Hercule Poirot: murder on the tumulus” | Arts & Theater

[ad_1] The WGTD Radio Theater, now in its 15th season, presents the 91.1 players in “Hercule Poirot: Murder on the Mounds”, an original murder mystery based on the famous Belgian crime series created by Agatha Christie ago 100 years. The…

Radio theater company honors famous playwright Tryon – The Tryon Daily Bulletin

[ad_1] William Gillette (1800-1933), one of Tryon’s most famous former residents, was honored with a tribute during a recent production by the Pinnacle Falls Old Time Radio Theater. It was the famous actor and playwright who brought Sherlock Holmes to…

Catawba Alumni Establishes Radio Theater Company and Produces Holiday Comedy Radio Play

[ad_1] December 16, 2018 Category: Academics, Alumni, Events, Music, Sociology, Theater arts Three Catawba College alumni are celebrating the Christmas season with news that a comedy radio play they produced, “John Henry Holiday: Christmas Crimes Detective”, is literally airing on…

“Steel Magnolias” in a hybrid radio-theater style at Popejoy

[ad_1] Inger Tudor is always up for a challenge. His latest is certainly appropriate. Tudor plays M’Lynn in the production of “Steel Magnolias” by LA Theater Works. Production stops at Popejoy Hall at 3 p.m. on Sunday, November 4. Tudor…

DIY radio theater makes a comeback in Minnesota

[ad_1] Come back with us now to those exciting days of yore, when from the past come the thunderous beats of… a noisemaker with a pair of coconut shells. Radio theater, which was killed off by television, has resurrected on…

Turn up the radio, Scotty! – Times-Herald

[ad_1] Vallejoans has enough worries. But a Romulan camouflage device and a Vulcan death grip? And after? Klingons move in and ruin property values? In fact, this is the latest “radio theater” production presented by the Mira Cultural Community Center,…

Radio Theater’s Peggy Webber is 90 and Cooler Than You

[ad_1] The term “radio silence” is the last thing you would attribute to actress and cello-voice producer Peggy Webber, who for decades has been anything but silent. Impresario of the airwaves of LA, she is our reigning queen of radio…