Studio@620 WMNF Radio Theatre Project

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Date(s) & Times

April 22, 2012

7:00 PM



Free and open to the public. Donations accepted.


The Florida Humanities Council
WMNF 88.5 FM Community Radio
Susan Beaven

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The Live Radio Theatre Project continues Monday April 22nd with these radio plays:

WAIT! by Julie Jensen and directed by Richard Rice
Our Girl Wendy Burger stands on the edge of a summer that will change her life. She moves out of her father’s house into a UPS truck, starts a theatre with a guy she used to date, performs in Hamlet, a flickering blue light, and meets O Vixen My Vixen who is both beautiful and oh-so-deep.

Julie Jensen is the Resident Playwright at Salt Lake Acting Company and playwright of RTP Live! last season’s favorite “Last Lists of My Mad Mother”. She has written over thirty plays, several of which have been performed recently in London, England, Pygmalion Theatre in Salt Lake City, and Borderland Theatre in Tuscson, AZ. The Radio Theatre Project broadcast of “Last Lists of My Mad Mother” has been entered in the New York Festivals International Radio Programs & Promo Awards competition for the World’s Best Radio Program! We have high hopes for Wait! too

THE CONTINUING ADVENTURES OF NOEL BERLIN, CABARET DETECTIVE, by Matt Cowley and Paul Wilborn and directed by Ron Satlof
The sixth episode in the ever-so-popular continuing series written especially for the RTP Live! Ensemble by Paul Wilborn and Matt Cowley features the Ensemble members in cliff hanger episodes with cabaret music and stunning sound effects. Don’t miss a single month! 

Paul Wilborn is Artistic Director of The Palladium and RTP Live! Ensemble member. Matt Cowley is WMNF -88.5 FM Web Manager, producer of WMNF Soundstage Audio Theatre and RTP Live!’s Foley master. Both Cowley and Wilborn’s plays have been performed by The Radio Theatre Project.

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