The Day The Earth Stood Still: Old-Time Radio Play Starring MADtv's Phil LaMarr
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- "Slickly professional in every particular ..." --<em>Los Angeles Times</em>
- "A palpable sense of infectious goofiness ..." --<em>LA Weekly</em>
The film The Day the Earth Stood Still was so popular, it was re-written for the radio and originally broadcast in 1954 by Lux Radio Theatre. Because he was so popular in the film release, Michael Rennie accepted Lux Radio's invitation to reprise his role as the alien Klaatu in the radio adaptation! This is Fake Radio's first show in nearly 18 months, and is a one-night-only engagement at the Arclight.
About the Ticket Supplier: Fake Radio
Fake Radio is a troupe of acclaimed actors and comedians who re-create old radio shows from the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s on a live stage, allowing a new generation of fans to experience the comedy, drama and ridiculously funny commercials of yesteryear.