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1940'S Radio Hour by Jones, Walton (1988)

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  • By tvtv3 on August 11, 2004

    THE 1940'S RADIO HOUR begins with a behind the scenes look at a small time radio variety show prior to going on the air. About a third of the way into the play, the cast get together to actually perform their one hour radio show. At this point in the play, the audience "becomes" the studio audience for WOV and what follows is an example of the radio shows that were so popular in the late 1930s and throughout the 1940s. This play is kind of unique and provides a great experience for actors, techies, and directors. The cast is truly an ensemble and there isn't a small role. So sit back and relax and enjoy a trip back through time to the good old days of yesteryear.

  • By A customer on October 23, 1998

    The 1940's Radio Hour is a wonderful oppurtunity for any theatre organization to showcase a wonderful ensemble of talent. The set requirements are as flexible as your budget. The music sells itself. If by some misfortune, people are not familiar with the title of the show, then list all of the songs which are in the show on your poster and you are bound to have a string of sell out standing room only performances. This show does not have one bad role in it. Each character one stage has one if not several moments to shine. The orchestra is a vital part of the show as they and the cast are onstage for this live radio broadcast on Dec. 24, 1942. If you love big band music, if you love torch songs, if you like beautiful harmonies THIS IS THE SHOW FOR YOU! I am in the process of of getting ready to direct it for the third time and can safely say that it is probably my favorite musical to direct. I will also tell you that this musical is full of magic and audience will love it, not only because of the moments created onstage, but because they get to participate by being the audience at this live radio broadcast. Do yourself and your community and your cast and crew a favor: direct this show now!!!!!!!Sincerely,Ed Heaberlin

  • By heads up on November 11, 2013

    Heh All,1940s Radio Hour script is half the price at Samuel French (where you get plays and scripts.) Why would anyone go to Amazon to pay two, three, four and more times the price of the original full price product? (To amazon: You guys are supposed to be where people get decent prices. This is robbery. Ridiculous.)

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