STAGE SHADOWS PREMIERED TWO PLAYS FEBRUARY 23, 1999
AT THE MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO
On Tuesday evening, February 23 at 7:00 p.m., STAGE SHADOWS premiered two plays by New York City-based writers in its continuing audio theatre series recorded live at the Museum of Television & Radio in midtown Manhattan.
JULIE ROTTENBERG's comedy, Vacation, written for audio, concerns a series of disasters that unfold on one New Yorker's answering machine.
ARLENE HUTTON's I Dream Before I Take the Stand, a drama adapted for audio, explores a strange and frightening encounter between a man and a woman.
The one-hour production was recorded in front of a studio audience with live original sound effects and music. The public was invited to attend. AMANDA GALLAGHRE directed Vacation, performed by a cast of 8 actors doing multi-roles, and TERRY ASHE-CROFT directed Ms. Hutton's play, which featured BETH LINCKS and ROBERT KILBRIDGE. LAINIE COOKE was guest vocalist. Original music for keyboard was composed and performed by JOSEPH NUGENT.
Live sound environments were designed and performed by JOHN SNYDER. ADRIAN COSENTINI, producer of WFUV's "Classic Radio" program, is chief audio engineer and sound effects designer. LORD MARGESSON hosts the program, which was broadcast on WFUV 90.7 FM.
Literary Agent DONALD MAASS hosts the popular interview segment "Back Staircase".
Guests are strongly urged to make a reservation by calling 212 604-4612. MT&R is located at 25 West 52nd Street, NYC.
Stage Shadows Information and Reservation Line: 212/604-4612