Saturday, October 24, 2009

H.G. Wells' The Time Machine

The Texas Radio Theatre Company adapts H.G. Wells' classic story, where we travel to the year 100,080 and a world where beauty and terror live side-by-side. Suddenly the time machine, our only exit, is missing. Could the docile and weak inhabitants called Eloi be something other than what they appear, or is there something lurking in the shadows.

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This audio play was recorded at the Arlington Museum of Art on May 30th 2009 in front of a studio audience and includes the voice talents of Larry Groebe, Gary Layton, Tiffany Lonsdale-Hands, Ken Raney, Kelly Scott and Ric Spiegel.

Ken Raney provides the live sound effects and Richard Frohlich directs and engineers.

The play runs approximately 38 minutes.