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Time Arc Theatre Traveling Back to Golden Age of Radio

Created: March 29, 2019 08:19 AM

Time Arc Theatre is taking another blast to the past. "Golden Age of Radio - 1940s" takes popular programs like 'Fibber McGee and Molly' and 'The Thin Man' and brings them to life on a pop-up stage. 

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This time around, that stage is at the Empire Block on Tower Avenue in Superior. Shows began on March 28. Cast members say opening night went well. 

"The audience seemed to really enjoy it," actress Jane West says.

Actor Don Johnson explains, since they're acting out radio shows, it might seem like there's not much acting going on. However, they make up for it with live sound effects and a chance to see live set changes. He explains the small space allows audiences to feel more involved with the play compared to a normal theater space.

Shows run March 29 - 31 and April 5 - 7. Click here or call 218-206-1864 to buy tickets.

On April 6, there will be a free open house before the show where folks can get an onstage/backstage tour. This event is aimed at encouraging more people to get involved with the theatre. 

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