Friday, December 13, 2013, 8:00 – 10:00pm

Seattle Radio Theatre
It’s a Wonderful Life

Great Hall; enter on Eighth Avenue. $5-$15.

Arts & Culture

In a spirited celebration of the holidays, Seattle Radio Theatre offers its 14th annual live radio production, featuring music, and whiz-bang live sound effects. This year’s production brings back It’s a Wonderful Life, starring John Curley as George Bailey and Dave Ross as Clarence, with a cast of beloved Northwest personalities and Seattle Radio Theatre founding actors, including Evening Magazine’s Jim Dever, Tracey Conway, Lee Callahan, John Maynard, Dolores Rogers and Chris Topping. Rob Jones directs and plays the live music, with old-school analog, non-digital sound effects designed and performed by Curtis Takahashi. Produced and directed by Feliks Banel, Seattle Radio Theatre founding director. The performance will also be broadcast live on KIRO-FM, so plan to be in your seats no later than 7:45 pm for a little ‘studio audience warmup’–and then stick around afterwards for a post-show reception with members of the cast.

Presented by: Town Hall and Seattle Radio Theatre as part of Town Hall’s Arts & Culture series.
Tickets: $15 general/$10 members/$5 kids 12 and under.
Doors open: 7:00 pm.
Town Hall member benefits: priority seating.

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  1. […] Seattle Radio Theatre brings its annual production of It’s A Wonderful Life to audiences at Town Hall, 13th December. The legendary Feliks Banel rallies his troops well this time. With John Curley as […]

  2. By | It’s A Wonderful Radio Play on December 6, 2013 at 10:33 am

    […] Feliks Banel invites you: “Coming up next Friday, December 13 at Town Hall Seattle at 8pm, Seattle Radio Theatre presents a LIVE broadcast of “It’s A Wonderful Life” on KIRO Radio. Ticket information via the link. Come on down and be in the audience for this Pacific Northwest all-ages holiday tradition!” TICKET INFO […]

  3. By It’s A Wonderful Life | Phil McCoy on December 14, 2013 at 10:22 am

    […] to a gaggle of Seattle celebrities perform a 1940′s era radio play of, “It’s a Wonderful Life.” I had never been to a performance like this, and it was wonderful–all the sound […]

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