620 First Avenue South
Saint Petersburg, FL 33701
7:00 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18, 2013
THE LAST RADIO DRAMA
Written by Ludy Marvin Wilkie Directed by Jim Wicker.
A play about actors in a 1950s radio soap opera who face the cancellation of their show as radio loses audience to television. We hear scenes from the soap and scenes of the company’s attempts to save the show.
Ludy Marvin Wilkie, playwright, is a retired radio newscaster. In 1984 Wilkie received the Roy Hardee Award from the NC broadcast bureau of the Associated Press and later served on their Board of Directors. Now retired, Wilkie devotes all of his time to playwriting in his hometown of Shelby, NC where he is the founder and secretary of the Directors of the Greater Shelby (NC) Community Theatre.
THE CONTINUING ADVENTURES OF NOEL BERLIN, CABARET DETECTIVE
by Paul Wilborn and Matt Cowley
The second season of the popular series features the Ensemble members in cliff hanger episodes set in St Petersburg with cabaret music and stunning sound effects. Don’t miss a single month. $10 Suggested Donation/Pay What You Will