Friday, December 23, 2005
On Christmas weekend KLUV, 98.7fm in Dallas will broadcast a new recreation of "A Christmas Carol".
On Monday 12/12, the Texas Radio Theatre went to the studios of KLUV and recorded Jody Dean, Kathy Jones, Mitch Carr and many other folks at the station as they voiced the characters for their own version of this holiday classic.
This audioplay will be broadcast on December 23rd and December 25th at 8pm in Dallas on 98.7FM
KLUV is not streamed on the web / but I will ask if I can podcast it at a later date.
More details as they come in.
Tuesday, December 20, 2005
Kathy Jones, Mike Wade and Mitch Carr directing
Mitch Carr (directing again), Mike Wade and Richard Frohlich (recording)Kathy Jones and Jody Dean
Friday, December 16, 2005
The Texas Radio Theatre Company, in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art and the Artistic Blends Coffee House and Theater invite you to our Fifth Annual Canned Food Benefit and recording of:
The Biscotti Family Christmas
Written and directed by Richard Frohlich
$5 admission ($2 with non perishable food items)
Proceeds to benefit the Tarrant Area Food Bank
Friday, December 16th - 7:30pm
Arlington Museum of Art
201 W. Main Street Arlington, TX 76010
Saturday, December 17th - 8:00pm
Artistic Blends Coffee House and Theater
The Story: Sam is the boss of the Biscotti family business, a shady organization in the city. Sam is dropped off at this nightclub where he believes his annual Christmas party is about to take place. He had left all the planning to Frankie, his son. Frankie is using the opportunity to get rid of his father and take over the family business. All the plans are suddenly ‘messed up’ when Amaretta, a disoriented old lady, wanders onto the scene and changes everyone’s lives forever.
This Texas Radio Theatre Company production features the voice talents of Luis Alford, Lee Dunkelberg, Cynthia Matthews, Susan McMath-Platt, Reg Platt and Ken Raney.
REHEARSAL SCHEDULE: 12/6, 12/8, 12/13, 12/15 - 7:30pm
Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Before there was Tanto. Before the masked rider of the plains (as we know him) became emblazoned in the history and lexicon of the old West. There was a simple story about a swashbuckling solo avenger who laughed in the face of danger on the savage frontier.
Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art