Calendar of Events

Oct
31
Sat
Live Radio Plays: Halloween (Virtual Event)
Oct 31 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

The tradition of live radio stage shows continues virtually this All Hallows’ Eve, as not one but three spooky stories come to life with live actors, music, and sound effects.

The Green Room Players are thrilled to present classic radio play versions of Frankenstein and Sorry, Wrong Number on Halloween night, October 31st. There will be one VIRTUAL performance beginning at 7:30PM.

This adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic “Frankenstein” is from a series called “The Witches Tale” and aired in 1934. We invite you to listen to the famous tale of Dr. Frankenstein and his creation.

“Sorry, Wrong Number” originally aired in 1943 as part of the “Suspense” radio program. An invalid woman battles the frustrations of the telephone system after she overhears a murder plot while simply trying to dial her husband.

Additionally, enjoy the original story by Mike Eserkaln “The Devil’s Candy”

Tickets are just $5 each, and can be purchased online at www.TheGreeenRoomOnline.com. A Zoom link will be emailed to you 30 minutes prior to the performance.

Dec
24
Thu
Green Room Radio Players present: “It’s a Wonderful Life”
Dec 24 @ 12:01 am – Dec 25 @ 11:31 pm
Green Room Radio Players present: "It's a Wonderful Life" @ Online

***Video Link is Live***

 

The Green Room Players are excited to present a radio play version of the classic “It’s a Wonderful Life.” The virtual performance will be recorded live and posted online for folks to watch at their convenience. This version of the fan favorite is adapted from the 1947 Lux Radio Theatre broadcast.

George and Mary Bailey, Mr. Gower, Zuzu’s Petals, a wingless angel name Clarence, and all the other memories of one of the most beloved holiday stories will come to life with our actors, music, and sound effects.

Watch this event and our regular FaceBook page for a link. The show will be posted online at 12:01 AM on Christmas Eve. for fans to watch at their leisure. As our holiday gift to you, the show is available free of charge… though donations to the Green Room are always welcome (but only if you are able).