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Fiendish Fundraiser

Support the Studio 620 / WMNF Radio Theatre Project

Brave souls and strong hearts are invited to attend the RadioTheatre Project FIENDish FUNdraiser on Sunday October 30th from 6–9 PM. The evening will include all the delights of the season: murder mysteries, Poe readings, costume contest, prizes, silent auction, and more!

Special guest readers of the night include Brendan McLaughlin, Rob Lorei, Mary Ann Ferenc, Bob Devin Jones and others too ghoulish to mention here! Come dressed in your best costume!

Proceeds benefi t the upcoming 2011-2012 season of monthly live radio theatre. Don’t you dare to miss it! Sunday October 30, 2011 6–9 PM

Admission $20 per person.
Because this is a fundraiser, red member tickets will not be accepted for this event.

Some highlights of the Silent Auction will include:

  • Southern Outsider Artist Chris Clark Folk-Art Guitar.  Chris Clark was a celebrated folk artist from Alabama who on August 17, 2011 passed away from diabetes.  Known for his “spirit sticks” and quilts he was also known as the “gospel singer of visual arts.”  His pieces are located at museums around the country including his hometown Birmingham Museum of Art.  This vibrant “guitar” is over 6’ tall with his signature colorful stripes.
  • Theatre Theatre Theatre:  tickets to Ruth Eckerd Hall, freeFall, Studio@620, Palladium, etc.
  • Jewelry!
  • Souvenir baseball caps with star signatures on them from the 100th episodes of Diagnosis Murder (Dick Van Dyke) and Renegade (Lorenzo Lamas)
  • Plus too many more to mention!

 

Save the Date: Radio Theatre Project Season Premiere / Monday November 14 @ 7 PM

The Season Premier on Nov. 14 includes "December 8, 1941"written by Larry Elliston, an Emmy Award winning PBS Documentary film director as well as award winning student play “The Life And Times Of The Modern Philanthropist” by Justin Gonzalez, Robert Houttuin & AJ Valdes.

Mark your calendars for these future Radio Theatre Project dates:
December 19 will feature “Chatterbox” by Jim Rayfield, “It’s a Wonderful Life” from the 1940’s
Lux Radio Theater script and a Holiday sing-a-long.
January 23 will feature “A River in the Desert” by Mark Leiba and prize winning student play “Waiting for Abigail” by Hannah Mribiha and Ana Krsmanovic.
Radio Theatre Project Season III continues on Feb 27, March 19, April 30, and closes with a
season finale on May 21, 2012

Funding for this program was provided through a grant from the Florida Humanities Council with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this (publication) (program) (exhibition) (website) do not necessarily represent those of the Florida Humanities Council or the National Endowment for the Humanities

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