Tuesday, April 01, 2008
Cliff Proton and the Loose Jelly at the Edge of the Galaxy
An audio play from The Texas Radio Theatre Company written and directed by Richard Frohlich and performed in front of YOU (assuming you're able to come to our shows). Produced in cooperation with the Texas Radio Theatre Company and the Arlington Museum of Art
Featuring the voice talents of A.J. Glendenning, Jonathan Cooper, David Grant, Dona Safran, Bryan Douglas, Richard Milla and Ken Raney
April 25th at 8pm
Arlington Museum of Art
201 West Main Street
Arlington Texas 76010
($5 suggested donation)
April 26th at 2pm
Grapevine Public Library
1201 Municipal Way
Grapevine, Texas 76051
The Grapevine performance is sponsored by the BRITISH EMPORIUM - tea and biscuits provided at the show!
April 27th at 7pm
Irving, Texas 76062
Admission : $7
This is the lucky seventh story of Cliff Proton... Space Ranger, the most decorated and accident prone space ranger in the Earth Space Federation.
Witness as he bravely travels the cosmos with Robot: his dedicated metal companion, and the universally renowned know-it-all: Doctor Heterodyne standing up for everything good and decent (and fixing anything they might have broken along the way).
This time, a mysterious goo (or jelly) is found to be seeping into our galaxy, eating up everything in it's path. It's Cliff's job to find out what's causing it, and how to stop it before it gets to Earth.
What will happen when these two destructive forces meet... will anything be left standing (or floating... or whatever things do in space)?
Find out in this future gripping futuristic adventure of the future!
Please visit www.texasradiotheatre.com for more info