Directed by Linda Sturdivant
Return with us to the bygone days of live radio in Walton Jones' 1940's Radio Hour.
It's December 21st, 1942, the "Golden Age" of radio. The world is at war and at radio station WOV a cast of characters rehearse and perform a live variety show. Come be a part of the studio audience for WOV’s Cavalcade of Stars. This nostalgic production will transport you back to the 1940s with songs like, "Ain't She Sweet," "That Old Black Magic" and "I’ll Be Seeing You."
The show also includes comedy routines, original commercials and jingles and radio plays complete with live sound effects. This fast-paced, funny and sentimental show is sure to appeal to everyone in the family.
|Clifton Feddington||Mike Millett|
|Ann Collier||Kristen Searles|
|Ginger Brooks||Meghan Connell|
|Johnny Cantone||Ted Tocci|
|B.J. Gibson||Andy Turner|
|Connie Miller||Meredith Jones|
|Wally Ferguson||Owen Davis|
|Neal Tilden||Ed Baldridge|
|Geneva Lee Browne||Jennifer St.Pierre|
|1st Lt. Biff Baker||Josh Witham|
|Zoot Doubleman||Kevin Smith|
|Stanley||Norman Hutchins, Jr.|
|Lou Cohn||Heath Keniston|
|Pops Bailey||Keith Halliburton|
|Producers||Elton Cole and Richard McIntosh|
|Music director||Jeff Orwig|
|Stage manager||Kathy Davis|
|Lighting and sound||Norman Hutchins, Jr.|
|Set construction||Claire Sessions, Steve Sessions, Norman Hutchins Jr., Ed Baldridge|
|House manager||Claire Sessions|