'Tis the season for holiday radio noir
When it comes to favorite things, Sandbox Radio should be high on any radio theatre lover’s list. The troupe brings talent and infectious enthusiasm to their one-night-only shows. This winter holiday episode, with musical help from the Cascadia Big Band, features the following performances:
- "Christmastown” adapted from the stage play by Wayne Rawley
- "Festival Of Lights - A Presentation" by Juliet Waller Pruzan
- "King John's Christmas" by A. A. Milne, adapted by Richard Ziman
Sandbox Radio is produced and directed by Leslie Law and Richard Ziman, with music direction by Jose Gonzales. The writing staff includes Scot Augustson, Lisa Halpern, Elizabeth Heffron and Wayne Rawley.
Their next show “New and Improved?” will be performed at ACT Theatre on December 30. And Seattle Public Theater is performing Wayne Rawley’s "Christmastown- A Holiday Noir" through Christmas Eve.