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Tonight on Soundstage:

Lost Satellites by Eugenie Carabatsos, directed by LeRoy Mitchell, Jr.

The cast was Pamela White as Ally, Jim Wicker as Ben, and Eugenie Bondurant as the GPS.

Sound effects by Matt Cowley

Sound mixer Mark Perfetti

Music by Paul Wilborn

In-studio interpreting for the deaf: Carol Downing

Studio@620 House Manager: Nick Hughes

Stage Manager: Maggie Romigh

Announcer: Ron Satlof

Recorded live at the Studio@620 as part of the Radio Theatre Project.

 

And, four pieces from the Sixty Second Radio Hour, written and produced by Matt Cowley:

Consuela’s Mexican Radio, featuring the voice of Slaid Cleaves,

Woman Named Johnny, featuring the voice of Peter Rowan,

Rage, featuring the voice of Ray Bonneville,

and Carvings, featuring the voice of Bob Schneider.

Tonight on Soundstage: Pilgrims in the Storm from the WMNF Studio@620 Radio Theater Project.

Tonight on Soundstage: Bliss by William Jess Russell, directed by Bonnie Agan.

Burt takes care of everyone’s grave in the cemetery except for Olivia, a teenaged girl who died in a car accident, making blood enemies of her brother Larry and her boyfriend Ham, who was driving. These three, along with two homeless men and a mysterious stranger, meet in the cemetery thirty years later. Will old hatreds lead to another tragedy?

“Boston cemetery,” © 2009 Dixie Lawrence, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license.

“Boston cemetery,” © 2009 Dixie Lawrence, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license.

The cast was:

Burt: Jim Sorenson

Johnny: John Van Middlesworth

Simon: Rich Rice

Ham: Bob Heitman

Larry: Jim Wicker

Paul Wilborn: Judas Priest

Sound effects by Matt Cowley

Sound mixer: Mark Perfetti

Music by Paul Wilborn

In-studio signing for the hearing impaired: Carol Downing

Stage manager: Maggie Romigh

This piece was recorded live in March, 2014 at the Studio@620, as part of the Radio Theatre Project, a joint presentation of WMNF and the Studio@620.

 

 

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Tonight on Soundstage: Two short pieces recorded live at the Studio@620 in March, 2014 as part of the Radio Theatre Project.

The Porch by Barry M. Putt, Jr.

Directed by Nancy Cole

Lenny: Jim Wicker

Franny: Mimi Rice

Frank: Rich Rice

 

An Honest Arrangement by David Wiener

Directed by Jim Wicker

Willie: Rich Rice

Nara: Mimi Rice

 

Sound effects by Matt Cowley

Sound mixer: Mark Perfetti

Stage Manager: Maggie Romigh

In-studio signing for the hearing impaired: Carol Downing

Music by Paul Wilborn

Announcer: Ron Satlof

 

 

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Tonight on Soundstage: Huntsville by Danielle Wolff, directed by Warren Hammack. The show was recorded live at the Studio@620 in April, 2014, for The Radio Theatre Project.

 

The cast was:

ALAN – Jim Sorenson
GARY – Jim Wicker
CLERK – Bonnie Agan
WOMAN – Mimi Rice
MAN – Paul Wilborn
COP – Leroy Mitchell
REPORTER 1 – Eugenie Bondurant
REPORTER 2 – Bob Heitman
GUARD – Richard Rice

Sound effects by Matt Cowley, sound mixer Mark Perfetti.

Tonight on Soundstage: part 2 of Dark Night of the Soul by James Armstrong, directed by Ron Satlof and featuring the voices of Pam Reed and Ron Satlof. The show was recorded live at the Studio@620 in May 2013 as part of the Radio Theatre Project Live.

Tonight on Soundstage: part 1 of Dark Night of the Soul by James Armstrong, directed by Ron Satlof and featuring the voices of Pam Reed and Ron Satlof. The show was recorded live at the Studio@620 in May 2013 as part of the Radio Theatre Project Live.

 

Tonight on Soundstage: My Client Curley by Norman Corwin, from the 13xCorwin series.

 

Tonight on Soundstage: Florida Folks and the Tales They Do, written and performed by Phyllis McEuen and Bob Devin Jones as part of the Radio Theater Project presented by the Studio@620 and WMNF.  African-American folk tales and songs collected by Zora Neale Hurston in Florida in the 1930′s.

 

Tonight on Soundstage: Wait by Julie Jensen, recorded in March 2013 as part of the Radio Theatre Project.

 

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