I put out a call for radio scripts and authors across the country stepped up and sent in stories. April we present two of them – new contemporary scripts. The Nick Files: Author in the First and The Connoisseur.
Have you ever gone into an art exhibit before it opens – ducked under the velvet rope that was closing it off to the public? Come for this production of Lakes Area Radio Theatre to find out what happens when Jimmy does just that – slips past the rope, moves the “do not enter” sign and goes into the exhibit room. Can he just walk out? Find out Friday April 12th at 7 pm.
Author: Anthony Arnold
was born in Vancouver and has fond memories of listening to radio
comedies many years ago. His stage plays have been performed in Toronto, Los
Angeles, Spokane and Blue Springs MO. More recently, Old Friends won first prize in
Theatre In the Raw’s Biennial One-Act Play Writing Contest in 2018. A Girl on the
Subway and The Oracle and the Scribe were produced for radio by Theatre in the Raw
in Vancouver. How Can I Help You? was broadcast by the Lakes Area Theatre in 2014.
The Nick Files: Author in the First
Nick Flebber, private eye, is on the case. Famous mystery author Jennifer Bates hires Nick to prevent the murders that seem to follow her where ever she goes. Come see/ hear to find out if Nick can solve the case.
Author: Dan Fiorella
Dan Fiorella lives in New York. Downtown New York. Very downtown New York. Okay, he lives in Staten Island. He’s written for radio before with “Prairie Home Companion,” the American Comedy Network, and All-Star Radio. Elsewhere, he was a writer for “The Start of Something Big” TV show with Steve Allen and the “Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes 2” video game. Dan was Dear Dottie for the Weekly World News and Traveling Editor for Cracked magazine. He wrote for “The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers.” He’s published several books, posts on his website at www.danFiorella.com and enjoys writing about himself in the third person.
Come join the audience for these fun stories. April 12th at 7 pm. 2214 Geneva Road NE – On the shores of Lake Geneva. $8 admission.