Studio@620 WMNF Radio Theatre Project LIVE!

Season Finale

Date(s) & Times

May 20, 2013

7 PM

Monday

Admission

Free

Sponsors

J. Crayton Pruitt Family Foundation
The Florida Humanities Council

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Don't miss the season finale of the fourth season of RTP Live! on Monday May 20th at 7 PM
The scripts to be performed include:
DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL by James Armstrong
“Dark Night of the Soul” tells the familiar story of Joan of Arc in a new way, distilling its passion into the few days at the end of Joan’s life. The action moves swiftly between a cell and a large hall turned into a makeshift courtroom where the radio audience becomes the judges of Joan’s final trial.

James Armstrong has had his plays performed at several NYC theatres including Playwrights Horizon, The Epiphany Theatre and Abingdon Theatre Company. He earned his MFA in Dramatic Writing from Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama and is a member of the Dramatist Guild.

NIGHT WORDS written and directed by James Rayfield
“Night Words” is a funny short play about a couple who try to make their love life spicey but safe.

James Rayfield has been a theatre educator, director, sometime actor and writer in the Tampa Bay area for almost fifty years. Bad Love, a series of humorous monologues by Jim, was recently performed at Studio@620. RTP Live! performed his Eugene Oregon and the Best Sandwich Case in January and The Chatterbox Café last season. Rayfield has published eight plays for teens, taught at Blake High School and Patel Conservatory and has been the Artistic Director of the Young Dramatists Project for the past six years


THE CONTINUING ADVENTURES OF NOEL BERLIN, CABARET DETECTIVE, by Matt Cowley and Paul Wilborn and directed by Ron Satlof

The seventh 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.

Admission is Free, Donations accepted to support The Studio@620.   Live performances are interpreted for the deaf.  RTP Live! is supported by a grant from the Florida Humanities and generous donors like you!  Find out more about RTP Live! on www.radiotheatreproject.org