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Tonight on Soundstage: a special holiday show, recorded live for the Studio@620 WMNF Radio Theater Project, at the Palladium Theater in St. Petersburg on December 9, 2012: The Continuing Adventures of Noel Berlin, Cabaret Detective: Episode 2 by Paul Wilborn and Matt Cowley, and The Lux Radio Theater version of It’s A Wonderful Life.
The cast included Paul Wilborn, Eugenie Bondurant, Jim Wicker, Mimi Rice, Richard Rice, Ron Satlof, Dave Waterman, Jimmy Chang, Eleanor Wolf, Julia Flood, Leroy Mitchell, Bonnie Agan, Bob Heitman, TJ Gill, Gloria Holloway, and Bob Devin Jones. Sound effects by Matt Cowley, recording by Mark Perfetti. Music by Paul Wilborn.
Tonight on Soundstage:
The Chatterbox Club by Jim Rayfield, featuring Chris Jackson as Grant, Eugenie Bondurant as Gayle, Julia Flood as the Hostess and Steve White as Eddie. Directed by Nancy Cole. Sound effects by Matt Cowley, sound mixer Mark Perfetti.
Were Can We Leave the Boat? by Offramp, improvised by Gary Bass, Matt Cowley and Dave Waterman, edited and produced by Sheila Cowley.
The Jungle by Matt Cowley, featuring the voice of Callie Lawson.
This Will Be Our Year by Matt Cowley, featuring the voices of Eugenie Bondurant, Mimi Rice, and Richard Rice, directed by Richard Rice. Sound effects by Matt Cowley, sound mixer Mark Perfetti.
Tonight on Soundstage: three pieces from The Best of Stan Freberg: Christmas Dragnet, Green Christmas, and St. George and the Dragonet. Also, Not Quite the Solution He Expected, from The Firesign Theatre.
Tonight on Soundstage: Three short pieces from the November 2012 performance of the Studio@620 WMNF Radio Theater Project, recorded live at the Studio@620.
Sorry For Your Loss by Ed Stevens, featuring Leroy Mitchell and Dawn Truax. Sorry For Your Loss was adapted from the stage play, which debuted as part of the TampaWorks at StageWorks show last summer.
The Continuing Adventures of Noel Berlin, Cabaret Dectective, Episode 1 by Paul Wilborn and Matt Cowley, featuring Paul Wilborn, Eugenie Bondurant, Bob Heitman, Jim Wicker, Mimi Rice, and Richard Rice.
Pendulum by Matt Cowley, featuring Richard Fish and Mimi Rice.
Come out on Sunday, December 9 for the holiday performance of the Radio Theater Project Live, featuring It’s A Wonderful Life and Episode 2 of Noel Berlin, plus a holiday sing-a-long and more. More information is available here.