Rehearsal continues for It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Show

All the actors are learning their blocking, and we have started working on character development. For most all the participants, it’s the first time they’ve been in this style of live performance format. We are excited about bringing this cherished holiday movie to life on the Kent Theatre stage. A huge part of that effort will be all the “homemade” sound effects. Just as in old radio shows of yesteryear, we will be using all sorts of objects to create the sounds needed to enhance the audience’s enjoyment of the show.

Terri Riggle



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It’s a Wonderful Life — A Live Radio Play!!

In just a little less than a month, the Players will be holding auditions for their next production, It’s a Wonderful Life-A Live Radio Play!! Plan on attending them on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 24 and
25 from 6:30 to 8 pm at the CS United Methodist Church. We need kids 12 and up; men and women of any age. Performances will be at the Kent Theatre on Dec. 8, 9 and 10. It’s a holiday classic recreated live and onstage.

Terri Riggle – Director