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Radio Theatre Project

WMNF and Studio@620 Present Live Radio Theatre

Be part of a live studio audience and participate in authentic radio theatre, complete with sound effects!

Monday May 24, 2010 @ 7:00 PM

This season grand finale for the Studio@620/WMNF Radio Theatre Project will feature one act plays by local writers Paul Wilborn and Andy Orell among others!  Don't miss this last installment from our lively players!

   "My Dinner With Margo" written and directed by Paul Wilborn
    "As Four Horsemen Wait" written and directed by Andy Orrell

    "Box and Cox" by John Morton directed by Richard Rice


Monday April 12, 2010 @ 7:00 PM

This month the players will present "Histories" by Michael Wright. Directed by Mimi Rice and the Lux Radio Theatre Adaptation of "You Can't Take It With You".  Directed by Jim Rayfield.  As always admission is "Pay What You Can" and the program will be recorded for broadcast on WMNF's Sounstage which aires at 10:30 PM on Wednesday evenings.


Monday March 1, 2010 @ 7:00 PM

This installment of the WMNF Radio Theatre Project will feature  "Teammates" by St Pete author Peter Golenbock about Pee Wee Reese and Jackie Robinson.   Directed by Rich Rice  and      "Directions" by Warren Hammack, actor, director and former
Artistic Director of Horse Cave Theatre, KY.  Directed by Mimi Rice.

Program will be recorded live for broadcast on WMNF's Soundstage which aires at 10:30pm Wednesday evenings.  They can also be heard online at  Click on Arts and Soundstage

Past perfromance information

Monday January 11 at 7 PM

Live Performance Broadcast at Studio@620 featured:

"Loss of Appetite" by David Kranes, novelist, playwright and former Artistic Director of Sundance Playwrights Lab written for and performed by Rich and Mimi Rice

"Some Say Fire"  by Eric Ramsey, WordBRIDGE  Playwright and Assoc Professor of Playwriting at University of Ohio  performed by Eugenie Bondurant and Paul Wilborn

"Alice's Brother"  a short story by St Petersburg's Poet Laureate Peter Meinke performed by Hersha Parady and Julia Flood

Ron Satlof will be the announcer/narrator.

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