Saturday, November 11, 2006

November Recording / Performance and Broadcast

Sherlock Holmes
and the Case of Doyle's Diary

will be recorded and performed three times in November. That recording will be broadcast on KNTU 88.1 FM, Denton TX on Thankgiving Day.

Holmes and Watson must track down a missing journal containing state secrets AND possible proof of the exsitence of supernatural beings. AND the journal belongs to none other than Arthur Conan Doyle himself.

Saturday November 11th at 2pm

Dallas Public Library
J. Erik Jonsson Central Library
Fine Arts Dept - 4th Floor
1515 Young St., Dallas, TX 75201

Sunday November 12th at 3pm

Arlington Museum of Art
201 W Main Street
Arlington, TX 76010
$5 suggested donation

Saturday November 18th at 10pm

Dallas Hub Theater
2809 Canton St.
Dallas , TX 75226
Admission: pay what you can

Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art. Written by Erik Knapp and Richard Frohlich. Directed by Richard Frohlich. Ken Raney is the Production Manager.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Next show at Theatre Three

At Theatre Three see:

Glorious! by Peter Quilter
the Southwest premiere of the hilarious new London biographical comedy by Peter Quilter
November 9 — December 10

American Florence Foster Jenkins seems hard to think of as an underdog. She was astonishingly rich with incredibly loyal friends. But she dreamed of being acclaimed as the world's finest "pure coloratura". Alas, she lacked any talent whatsoever and was totally untrained; a fatal combination that caused those who heard her to explode in laughter and label her "hog calleratura" and the "diva of din". Inspired by her riotous recordings of the '50's, British playwright Peter Quilter hilariously recounts her life and her fabled assault on Mozart in Carnegie Hall.

Don't miss this if you can help it.

I mention it, because I had a little something to do with the sound design. - Also, remember that TRTC's Sherlock Holmes play opens this weekend.

Saturday, November 04, 2006

Once in a blue moon.

I actually received more legitimate messages than spam today!!!!

TRTC is in the process of signing on to an email service that will hopefully prevent us from being labeled as SPAMMERS. (something anyone who does a do-it-yourself email newsletter should think about).

Because of this move - I've sent out one more email to our entire list... and this morning, my inbox was filled with replies from people who want to be on the new service. It dwarfed the ads for body part enhancement and HGH supplements by at least 10 to 1


It's also a different feeling to get possitive feedback like that.