Wednesday, September 06, 2006

The Whisper: September 15, 16 and 23rd

The Texas Radio Theatre Company, in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art invite you to a recording of:

Some Things are Better Left Undead
an audioplay by Richard Frohlich performed and recorded on stage

======== FRIDAY EVENING - PREVIEW ========
September 15th, 2006 at 7:30pm

Arlington Museum of Art
201 W. Main Street Arlington, TX 76010

Suggested ticket price at the door is $5.00

======== TWO SATURDAY EVENINGS in Dallas ========

September 16th & September 23rd at 8:15pm
Dallas Hub Theatre
2809 Canton Street. / Dallas, TX 75226
Box Office: 214.749.7010

Tickets: $15 to $20

We plan to broadcast this recording in October on KNTU.

The Whisper is an action-mystery audio play with a full cast and sound effects. This episode is written and directed by Richard Frohlich and features the voice talents of: David DeFalco, Jerri Hall, Richard Milla, Kelly Scott, and Bob White.
Our shows are typically suited for all ages. The play and accompanying shorts will run under 90 minutes including one intermission (depending on the venue).

The Story:
The Whisper is Kendra King, a history professor at Ivy University. She uses a mysterious ability to leave the physical boundaries of her own body to transform herself into an unseen and powerful threat against injustice, darkness and evil.
Her identity as the Whisper is known only to Conrad Gallagher – a family friend who, since accidentally learning her secret, constantly tries to assist her as her "side-kick".

In this episode she meets the spirit of Herbert Cartwright who, in an attempt to avoid legal punishment, is undergoing a procedure designed to fake and confirm his own death. The Whisper would normally attempt to expose him, however due to their unusual meeting, he may have discovered her true identity in an adventure designed to stimulate your imagination.

Our adaptations and original audio plays are presented in much the same way as in radio's golden age. Actors with scripts read into microphones while a sound effects artist uses everything from soup cans to nut shells to create the "sound image" for each scene. We take this experience out of the radio, CD or ipod and bring it to you on stage.

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Texas Radio Theatre Company
P.O. Box 203063
Arlington, TX 76006-3063