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Tonight on Soundstage: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, performed by Lean and Hungry Theater.

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 – a special edition of The Continuing Adventures of Noel Berlin, Cabaret Detective recorded live at the Studio@620 in October 2015 as part of the Radio Theatre Project Live..

written by Paul Wilborn and Matt Cowley

Noel Berlin: Paul Wilborn

Belle: Eugenie Bondurant

O’Reilly: Rich Rice

Mayor Niceman; Mayor Rick Kriseman (recorded), Mark Hanks (live)

Mayor Greco: himself

Councilman Steve Kornell: himself

Victim #1: Janet Keeler

Anonymous Councilmember: Lisa Lippincort

Bad Guy #1: Jim Rayfield

Bad Guy #2: Bob Heitman

Worker: Jacob Barrens

Reporter: Janelle Irwin

Sound effects: Matt Cowley

Sound mixer: Mark Perfetti

Sound technicians: Mildred Mattos and Jacob Barrens

 

 

 

Tonight on Soundstage: Two pieces from Closed on Account of Rabies: Berenice, featuring Dr. John, and Annabel Lee, featuring Marianne Faithful.

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.

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.

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

Tonight on Soundstage: the third and final part of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, directed by Connie Frankel and performed by Tampa Rep On The Air, a production of The Tampa Repertory Theatre.  The show was recorded live in the studios of WMNF.

Tonight on Soundstage: Part 2 of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, performed at WMNF in front of a live audience by Tampa Rep On The Air, a production of The Tampa Repertory Theatre.

 

Tonight on Soundstage: Part 1 of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde,  directed by Connie Frankel, performed by Tampa Repertory Theatre’s as part of TampaRep On The Air.

 

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

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