Vintage Radio Broadcast-Style Variety Show
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The last date listed for The Big Broadcast of 1962 was Saturday December 21, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Maverick filmmaker David Lynch (Mulholland Highway, Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet) directs this concert film starring the legendary band Duran Duran. Filmed at a Los Angeles landmark, the beautiful, historic Mayan Theater, during the British band's All You Need is Now tour, the film features the ever-stylish group performing 19 of their hit songs, among them such classics as "Hungry Like the Wolf," "Rio" and "A View to a Kill," along with a powerful new song, "Return To Now," that opens the film. Learn More
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Featured review from Joev Dubach
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Having been a part of previous Post Meridian Radio Players shows, I may be biased, but I wasn't involved in this production, so I came to it as an audience member ready to be entertained. It delivered! I really liked the way the entire theater became a stage - the improvisation bled through into the scripted material seamlessly, to the point that I couldn't tell whether a technician plugging in some Christmas lighting during the show was planned or not. Be prepared to put on your thinking cap - at one point I think there was dialogue from a rehearsal within a rehearsal within a show within a show! Ultimately, the show is a sweet sendoff to the golden age of radio, with a nod to the past's future: people trying to keep the art form alive. Often hilarious, and by the end unexpectedly touching.