Month: October 2020

Southington School of the Arts’ first show since the start of the pandemic is a radio theater

SOUTHINGTON – The Arts at Angeloria theater closed indefinitely on March 13 due to COVID-19. But theater owner and artistic director Lori Holm said the arts are needed more than ever. The 223 Meriden Waterbury Turnpike installation will release its…

Sinclair Lewis’ ‘It Can’t Happen Here’ as radio theater masterpiece – people’s world

Available on demand now through Sunday, November 8, and free to listeners (but donations are gratefully accepted), is the Berkeley Rep radio theater production of It can’t happen here. Written in 1935 during the rise of fascism in Europe, Sinclair…

How a radio company faced the pandemic and won!

(By Gary Fisher) It was a crisp, chilly April 15th morning on the Black Horse Pike in West Atlantic City. This should have been the start of another busy summer season on the Jersey Shore. We had just finished talking…

School Launches Bilingual Student-Led Radio Show | New

GOSHEN – Students at Goshen High School interested in broadcasting just got a new teaching option with the creation of a weekly 30-minute radio show hosted in partnership with the local bilingual radio station Radio Horizonte. According to Brian Sapp,…