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Tonight on Soundstage:

A Tribute to a King written by Rev. Charles McKenzie, Jr.

recorded live in January 2015 as part of the Radio Theatre Project

Adapted for radio and directed by Bonnie Agan
Rev. Charles McKenzie Jr as Martin Luther King, Jr.
Bob Heitman: narrator
Tia Jemison: Mahalia Jackson
Ensemble:
Rich Rice
Mimi Rice
Bob Devin Jones
Paul Wilborn
Eugenie Bondurant
Maggie Romigh
Nancy Cole
Leroy Mitchell, Jr.
Tia Jemison

sound effects by Matt Cowley

sound mixer: Mark Perfetti

sound technician: Jacob Barrens

In-studio interpreting for the deaf by Carol Downing

stage manager: Maggie Romigh

 

and, two short pieces from the Sixty Second Radio Hour, written and produced by Matt Cowley:

Rage, featuring the voice of Ray Bonneville, and Consuela’s Mexican Radio, featuring Slaid Cleaves.

 

Tonight on Soundstage: three short pieces recorded as part of the Radio Theatre Project Live, at the Studio@620.

A Bump in the Night by Will Anderson

directed by Mimi Rice

Bonnie Agan as Emma
Bob Heitman as Carl
TJ Gill and Bob Devin Jones as the Drunks

 

Storm on Storm by Gary Garrison

directed by Bonnie Agan

Mimi Rice as Chicky

Rich Rice as Norton

 

Flowers by Sheila Cowley

directed by Maggie Romigh
Eugenie Bondurant as Emily;
Nancy Cole as Dell;
Maggie Romigh as Jean

Sound effects by Matt Cowley

sound mixer Mark Perfetti

Sound technician Jacob Barrens

In-studio interpreting for the deaf by Carol Downing

Stage manager Maggie Romigh

Tonight on Soundstage: two pieces recorded live as part of Radio Theatre Project Live:

Guess What’s Coming to Dinner by Don Grimme

directed by Rich Rice

Warren Hammack ast Maury,

Mimi Rice as Hennie,

Jacob Barrens as Ben,

Pamela White as Andie

 

and

 

Savoring Gazpacho by Don Grimme

directed by Bob Heitman

Jim Sorensen as Jim

David Warner as Bradley

Mimi Rice as Catherine

 

Sound effects by Matt Cowley

Sound mixer Mark Perfetti

Sound technician Jacob Barrens

In-studio interpreting for the deaf by Carol Downing

Stage manager Maggie Romigh

 

In between, The Letter D from Offramp.

Tonight on Soundstage: two pieces recorded live at the Studio@620 as part of the Radio Theatre Project:

Bride on the Rocks by David Wiener

directed by Bonnie Agan, featuring

Lisa Powers Tricomi as Andrea

Ron Satlof as Lloyd

and Crash Landing by James C. Ferguson

directed by Bonnie Agan

with Robin O’Dell as Fia;

David Warner as Pierce;

Jacob Barrens as Computer Voice 1;

Bonnie Agan as Computer Voice 2

Sound effects by Matt Cowley

Sound mixer Mark Perfetti

Sound technician: Jacob Barrens

In-studio interpreting for the deaf by Carol Downing

Stage Manager: Maggie Romigh

Tonight on Soundstage: Episode 2 from Season 1 of Offramp, improvised oddities by Gary Bass, Matt Cowley and David Waterman, edited by Sheila Cowley.

Tonight on Soundstage: Live Alligator Wrestling by Doug Cooney, recorded live at the Studio@620 in April 2012 as part of the Studio@620 WMNF Radio Theater Project. The performance features the voices of Jim Wicker and Susan Alexander.

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

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: three short pieces from the Radio Theater Project: Remembering Billy by Matt Cowley, The Village Idiot by Jim Wicker, and Something’s Going to Happen by Corinne Fleischer.

 

Tonight on Soundstage: Trouble at the Supermarket by Howard Carter, and Contract Removals  by Alan Barkley.

Recorded live in March, 2015 at the Studio@620 as part of the Radio Theatre Project Live!

Contract Removals was directed by Bob Devin Jones and featured:

Bonnie Agan as Amanda

Bob Heitman as Vince

Jacob Barrens as Roy

 

Trouble at the Supermarket was directed by Jim Wicker and featured

Rich Rice as Ted

Mimi Rice as Sarah

Lisa Powers-Tricomi as LuAnn

Ron Satlof as the Security Guard

Leroi Mitchell as the Store Manager

Bob Heitman as Newscaster Frank

Bonnie Agan as Newscaster Jill

 

Sound effects by Matt Cowley

Sound mixer: Mark Perfetti

Sound technician: Jacob Barrens

In-studio interpreting for the deaf by Carol Downing

Stage Manager: Maggie Romigh

 

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