Here Comes Mr Jordan

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Here Comes Mr. Jordan

Directed by: Joey Bishop
Production Manager: Erinn Perry

Harry Caufield, Bob Dutton, Molly Greenspan, Jack Mooney, James Nygren, Don Polaski, Hannah Polaski, Morgan Riley, Woody Scott.

Sound Effets Manager: Dan Sands
Music Composed by: Jim Westlyn
Music Provided by: Anne Carr Regan, Jordan Ingram
Sound Engineer: Deven Langston

Noirvember, 2014

Noivember group shot

Grab your trench coat and magnifying glass and enjoy a pair of old time radio detective dramas! Featuring adventures of Sam Spade and The Saint!

Directed by Katherine-Ann Francis Bishop
Music by Margie Langston
Production Manager, Joey Bishop
Sound Engineer, Deven Langsto9n

Harry Caufield, Orrie Crews, Ann Davis, Tabb Justis, Clara Hoch, Joe Lomonoco, Chris Lythgoe, Jack Mooney, Don Polaski, Emily Powers, Morgan Riley, & Katherine Wright

Here are some photos from the show!

You Heard It Here First, 2014

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You Heard It Here First 2014

On the Air Radio Players present the winners of its 2014 scriptwriting contest for original radio plays!

“A Town Called Mirage” by Jonathan Tyktor
“Win” by Tim West
“MOR Canned Meats” by Kathy Brady
“The Thrilling Adventures of Captain Fremulon” by James Nygren

Directed by James Nygren
Produced by Katherine-Ann Francis Bishop

You Heard It Here First – 2013

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You Heard It Here First 2013

OTARP presents the winning entries from its third annual scriptwriting contest – three original radio plays performed for the first time!

Featuring: “The Werewolf and the Yeti” by Jerry Newman; “The House on Bigelow” by Laurie Follmer; and “The War of the Worms” by Dan Fiorella

Directed by Jack Mooney

Performed June 4-5, 2013

Radio Goes To War

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Radio Goes To War

OTARP presents a look at World War II through the radio shows of the era. First, hear the inspiring true story of the Tuskegee Airmen in New World A’Coming. Then , find out what happens when an American and German meet behind the lines in Four for the Fifth. Finally, a former POW plans revenge on his captor in a drama from Suspense.

Directed by Dale Leopold

Performed March 5, 2013

A special after-show talkback with guest speaker Dr. Steven Rogers:

Radio Goes To War – Talkback Session