at The Museum of Television & Radio on Friday, October 27, 2000 from 7 PM to 8 PM, as part of The Museum of Television & Radio's Annual Radio Festival, Stage Shadows will produce live recordings (live sound effects, music, actors) of two tales of horror.
Peabody Award Winning Arch Oboler's chilling psychological tale, takes us into the mind of Samuel Jones, hangsman for the Crown - an ordinary man whose lust for his 'work' and his gold wreak a terrible revenge - from Mr. Oboler's famously terrifying series LIGHTS OUT (first broadcast August 17, 1943).
Rosemary Hopkins directs both, with Rex Benincasa designing and performing live sound. Adrian Cosentini as chief audio engineer.
The public is welcome to attend. Admission to the Museum is a suggested $6, which includes the recording - it is strongly suggested that audience be in seats by 6:45 PM as the recording starts promptly at 7 PM. The Museum is located at 25 West 52nd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenue, New York City.
STAGE SHADOWS MYSTERY THEATRE COMPANY, INC.
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Producers: Terry Ashe-Croft, Esmée, Robert Kilbridge