It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play Based on the Capra Holiday Film
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The last date listed for It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play was Sunday December 21, 2008 / 7:00pm.
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Featured review from Sandra Hess
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Not much to it...minimal "performances"... but the 15 or 16 yr old was fantastic...loved the sound effects guy and George Bailey was pretty good. I had a hard time enjoying it as I was fffffreeezing cold...musta been 55 if that, inside. I was wearing a sweater but would have worn several layers plus a parka if I'd had any idea of how cold it would be. I couldn't wait for it to end.
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Interesting concept, but a little boring. More could have been done to get into the whole "live radio play" theme. It was really more just like a book reading or something.
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Playwright Joe Landry’s website
It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play is based on Frank Capra’s classic holiday film starring Jimmy Stewart & Donna Reed. A small-town, good citizen gives into despair when his noble dreams are sabotaged. Saved from suicide by a bumbling guardian angel, he is shown the significance of his life. This holiday favorite is performed in the style of the 1940s live radio broadcasts: Actors lend their voices to the dozens of characters as well as produce the sound effects. Perfect for the whole family, revisit this vibrant celebration of simple goodwill, community, and cheer in the face of hardship.
Director: Christian Phillips
Cast: James Baldock, John Krause, Christian Phillips, Duncan Phillips, Carole Robinson, Phaedra Starr
About the Playwright
Joe Landry’s plays have been produced across the country and include _Eve & Co., Beautiful, Hollywood Babylon, Flavor of the Month _and Numb. His other adaptations include Reefer Madness and Death in Venice. He has collaborated on the musical Mothers and Sons with Kevin Connors. His produced screenplays include Who Would Jesus Date?