Friday, December 11, 2015

The Last Radio Show

Ah, creativity. It comes in many forms. We specialize in making creative fiction, non-fiction, and even playing cards (All or Nothing, or a Napier's Bones deck) available to a welcoming world. But there are also more transitory forms, in this case, a play called The Last Radio Show.

This play is being produced by the head of our local Drama Lab, Todd Wallinger, and he also wrote it and is directing it. Todd's previous productions include KILL THE CRITIC! and THE BUTLER DID IT! Where do we fit in? We will be helping behind the scenes. Believe me, you don't want to see us on stage.

The Last Radio Show tells the story of KUKU, a foundering radio station in the 1940's that had better come up with a great show or it will be shut down for good. This brand new, zany, fast-paced farce promises audience members an enjoyable afternoon or evening.

It is being performed at the Black Box Theatre in Colorado Springs from January 14-16, 2016. Tickets are available from Brown Paper Tickets. Come join us for an old-timey good time!

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