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Tonight on Soundstage: Feeding the Dragon by Ed Lehmann, recorded in March 2013 as part of the Radio Theatre Project Live.

 

 

Tonight on Soundstage: two pieces recorded live as part of the Radio Theatre ProjectThe Village Idiot written and directed by Jim Wicker, and An Honest Arrangement, by David Weiner and directed by Jim Wicker.

Tonight on Soundstage: The Road Weeps, The Well Runs Dry by Marcus Gardley, recorded in February 2014 as part of the WMNF Studio@620 Radio Theater Project.

 

Tonight on Soundstage: War of the Gods, written by and featuring James Tokley; The War Prayer by Mark Twain, featuring the voices of Dave Waterman, Gary Bass, and Dick Schaal; and Doorbells by Offramp.

All of tonight’s features were produced at WMNF in Tampa. If you’re able to contribute to WMNF’s winter fund drive, which begins Tuesday 2/11, we’d sure appreciate it – you can give online at wmnf.org.

 

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

 

Tonight on Soundstage: three pieces recorded at the WMNF Studio@620 Radio Theater Project:

Eugene Oregon and the Case of the Best Sandwich by Jim Rayfield,

Day of the Onondaga by Bill Leavengood, and

Photographs by Corinne Fleischer.

 

Tonight on Soundstage: Shelter by Matt Cowley, recorded in January 2013 as part of the Studio@620 WMNF Radio Theater Project. Directed by Julia Flood. The cast included Jim Wicker, Lisa Powers Tricomi, Bonnie Agan, Bob Heitman, and Ed Lehmann.

 

Also, The Letter D from Offramp, WMNF’s improvisationally-based radio theater troupe.

Tonight on Soundstage: The Chatterbox Club by James Rayfield, recorded live at the Studio@620 as part of the Studio@620 WMNF Radio Theater Project;

Bundt Cakes, by Cropduster Theater – written by Lisa Rosenthal, Mark McKain, Gary Bass, and Matt Cowley, directed by Gary Bass, featuring Dave Waterman, Gary Bass and Leah LoSchiavo. Recorded and produced at WMNF;

Make Way for Ducks, by Matt Cowley, featuring Robin Gordon, Pam Reed and Matt Cowley from the Sixty Second Radio Hour.

Happy Holidays! Tonight on Soundstage: The Plot to Overthrow Christmas by Norman Corwin, featuring Orson Welles.

Tonight on Soundstage: The Long Name That No One Could Spell by Norman Corwin, originally broadcast in 1944.

Come out on December 16 to the next Radio Theatre Project Live, featuring The Plot to Overthrow Christmas by Norman Corwin, and more. More information at radiotheatreproject.org.

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