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Subject: 2nd season opening of Golden Age of Radio Theater's old time radio live and onstage May 17th
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CONTACT: Butch Lynn (520) 576-7658, TucsonGART@gmail.com, TucsonGART.com
SEASON 2 OPENS FOR OLD TIME RADIO LIVE ON STAGE SAT. MAY 17TH
Golden Age of Radio Theater Featured at the Hungry Fox Restaurant Showroom
Tucson, Az, April 23, 2014 -- Golden Age of Radio Theater (GART) continues its old time radio performances live and onstage at The Hungry Fox Restaurant showroom on Saturday, May 17th at 3:00 p.m. according to GART producer/director Butch Lynn. Sound/special effects by Robin Carson. Golden Age of Radio Theater performs new shows on the third Saturday of each month at 3p Through Sept 20th. Episodes for May 17th include 'Life With Luigi – LUIGI HAS A TOOTHACHE', 'Close-ups – CHEEP MOTION PICTURES' and 'Fibber McGee and Molly – THE BIG BUSINESSMAN'.
Experience the excitement of old time radio live and onstage!
The Hungry Fox Restaurant proudly presents
The Golden Age of Radio Theatre
Saturday May 17th at 3:00 PM – one show only with intermission
The Hungry Fox Restaurant showroom, 4637 E. Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85719
$10 with reservations at TucsonGART@gmail.com or by calling (520) 576-7658
$12 at the door - cash and credit cards only
'Life With Luigi – LUIGI HAS A TOOTHACHE'
This originally aired May 8, 1949. Luigi has brought his Italian roots to bear in America where life is more than a matter of words as you'll see and hear. You think going to a dentist is not complicated, you're about to see how so.
'Close-ups – CHEEP MOTION PICTURES'
This originally aired January 17, 1929. Being out of sync with reality is what makes this skit absolutely insane while poking fun at the film industry.
'Fibber McGee and Molly – THE BIG BUSINESSMAN'
This episode originally aired January 4, 1944 and nobody handles a becoming a BIG businessman like America's favorite couple Fibber McGee and Molly. Fibber does not endeavor to do anything with even a shred of simplicity. The humor is continuously rampant here.
The cast includes Robin Carson, George Chatalas, Layni Direnfeld, Tony Eckstat, Meagan Jones, Charles Prokopp, Larry Schnebly, Dave Sewell, and Terry Thure. Sound/special effects by Robin Carson. Produced and directed by Butch Lynn.
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