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.
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
Tonight on Soundstage: Shakedown at the Syndrome Cabaret, part 1 of Big Big Space by Crazy Dog Audio Theatre.
Tonight on Soundstage: The Devil’s Tune on an Angel’s Horn, part 1 of The Apocalypse of Bill Lizard 2 from Crazy Dog Audio Theatre.
Tonight on Soundstage: Part 2 of The Apocalypse of Bill Lizard from Crazy Dog Audio Theatre: The Overflowing Paper Cup of Mind.
Tonight on Soundstage: The Apocalypse of Bill Lizard, Part 1 from Crazy Dog Audio Theatre.
Tonight on Soundstage: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, performed by Lean and Hungry Theater.
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.
Happy Holidays! Tonight on Soundstage: The Plot to Overthrow Christmas by Norman Corwin, featuring Orson Welles.