Retro Fun! Old-Time Radio Drama To Be Performed Live At Landmark
Landmark Radio Theater will present Stage Door, an adaptation of the classic 1937 film, on Sunday, Sept. 30, at 6 p.m. at the Landmark on Main Street in Port Washington, N.Y. The show will be presented as a radio play with music and sound effects, performed before a live audience.
Building on the success of last year’s inaugural performance, Landmark Radio Theater’s cast of talented community and professional performers will bring the comedy-drama, Stage Door, to life on the Jeanne Rimsky Theater stage, re-enacting a coast-to-coast radio broadcast from 1939, complete with period commercials and songs. The show will also be recorded for later broadcast.
“Stage Door was a natural choice this year,” said Pat Lyons, the show’s director. “The characters face challenges that will resonate strongly with our audience, and the script is chock-full of engaging characters and all the wit, wisecracks and snappy dialogue that Hollywood used to do so well.”