Our second show is an absolute classic, ‘Sorry, Wrong Number’, by Lucille Fletcher. It was a wonderful movie with Barbara Stanwyck, and a wildly popular radio program with Agnes Morehead that was first broadcast in 1943. It proved so popular that the "Suspense' radio series restaged it seven times through to 1960, each production starring Ms. Moorehead.
Our third show that will end the first half of our season is our loving but hysterical parody of ‘Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer’. The movie first debuted in 1964 and we take you back to that date with vintage commercials and a different 'take' on the holiday classic. We all remember Cornelius, Hermie and of course the abominable snowman! The 1964 commercials are a window into the past, and recall fond memories as well as producing a few ‘if we only knew then what we know now’ moments!
Our big news for this season is that we have changed nights and our location. We will be performing on Sunday nights at 6 and 8 pm at The Triad on 158 West 72nd Street. Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase and a one-drink minimum is required. We hope that you will join us for the fun that is old time radio! Season tickets are now available as well as tickets for ‘The Awful Truth’. We hope to see you all there!
Here's a few commercials that you might remember!