This is the last event that we are holding as part of our 7th anniversary celebrations. On Sunday Oct 17 at 8pm we are presenting the first of four episodes of The Tomorrow Box.
The reaction to these shows has been so positive that A Radio Theatre Club is continuing to produce new plays for broadcast.
The Tomorrow Box – Radio Play Version by Anne Chislett
Adapted for Radio by Monica Alyea, Rosemary Smith
Episode 1 of 4 Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021 at 8pm.
Episode 2 of 4 Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021 at 8pm.
Episode 3 of 4 Sunday, Oct. 31, 2021 at 8pm.
Episode 4 of 4 Sunday, Nov. 7, 2021 at 8pm.
About the radio play: A farmer retires and decides to move to Florida. His wife is determined to remain on the farm she helped build. – a Century Farm – that has been passed down through generations of the Cooper family for over a hundred years. Jack (Terry Shortt) and Maureen (Beatrice Howse) Cooper, are the current owners and stewards of the farm. Their eldest son, Joe (Gabe Guadagnin) has given up his career as a university professor to return to his roots in Milford, Ontario and carry on in the family tradition.
Production Team/Members: (alphabetical order):
Monica Alyea—Director and Radio Adaptation Writer
Cathy Goddard – Sound Producer
Cheryl Singer – Production Producer and Foley Artist
Rosemary Smith—Radio Adaptation Writer
Characters: (in order of appearance):
Narrator/Lisa Graham played by Vicki Clowater
Joe Cooper played by Gabe Gaudagnin
Alice Cooper played by Megan Hutton
Maureen Cooper played by Beatrice Howse
Narrator/Jack Cooper played by Terry Shortt
“The Tomorrow Box” – by Anne Chislett begins Sunday October 17th at 8pm
Sponsored by: Stinky Canuck and Drake Devonshire and Elizabeth Crombie Real Estate Team, Royal Lepage Pro Alliance Realty
For more details, visit: www.atheatreclub.ca
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