Saturday, November 14, 2009

Spunky MacLean and the Murder at the Rockford Theatre

Spunky Maclean in: “Murder at the Rockford Theatre”

Written and Directed by Sonny Bynum. Set in the mid-1950’s, it’s an original story of a soft-boiled Greenwich Village detective named Spunky. While on a routine trail of a few unscrupulous characters, he suddenly discovers a bizarre murder.

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THE CAST (in alphabetical order)

Shannon Atkinson - Fleurelle
Rich Baker - Dr. Hyrum Dickens, Officer Edwards, Zack Kelso, J.C. Guthries, Leonard Spivey, Ticket Seller, Annc 3
Kristina Denapolis - Rhonda Carlisle
Matt Ducey - Mr. Roberts, Luther Chesterton, Sailor, Bouncer
Desirée Fultz - Barbara Davies
Elliott Gilbert - Roger Edelsen, Julius Freeman, Red, Usher, Opera Man, Announcer 1
Rachel Golden - Darlene Lovejoy, Freddy, Scream
Peggy Bott-Kirby - Mama Rosette, Mamma Diana, Opera Woman
Jess Price - Officer Clemens, Dr. Preston, 'Sweet Bobby' Tyrell, Sylvester Underhill, Mario, Cabby, Announcer 2
Ken Raney - Sgt. William O'Doyle, Mr. Jackson, Enraged Patron
Holland Sanders - Darren, Jennifer Cromwell
Rodd Wayne - Spunky MacLean


Rich Frohlich - Creative Director and Executive Producer
Joshua Cox - Sound FX Chief and Sound Engineer
Brandon Brown - Musical Performance and Music Engineer
Sonny Bynum - Writer, Director and Conductor

Saturday, November 07, 2009

Dragon Song

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art presents "Dragon Song" recorded in front of a studio audience on June 21st 2002.

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Written by D.B. Humphries and directed by Louann Chapman.

Featuring the voice talents of Connie Crow, Robert (Bob) Erickson, Kathi Funston, Elliott Gilbert, Stephanie Knapp, Christine, Bernadette Muegel, Bill Shelton, Rodd Wayne

Live sound effects by Libby Millron

Guitar and original Music performed by Kyle MacConnell

Dragon Song is a story about Mothers and Mothering. They give so much to birth-love and give much more when they let that love wing away. But many times during the intermediate - they look up to the sky in frustration and wail, "What did I do to deserve this?" Then, they look once more upon the little Dragons that caused the frustration and fall in love all over again.

That's the Magic of Mothers and... Dragon Song.

This play runs approximately 1 hour.