Radio plays keep audience in stitches
DeKALB – For more than 75 years, people have been entertained by radio programs. Some shows have remained standard listening fare, and some newer programs have become classics in their own right. Two of those newer radio programs will be featured this spring by Stage Coach Players. “Cut ‘Em Off At the Past!,” from Firesign Theater’s Nick Danger, Third Eye, and “Case of the Dueling Divas,” from Imagination Theater’s Harry Nile, will be performed at Stage Coach at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 13.
The detective dramas will be directed by longtime Stage Coach member Barb Andree and will feature entertaining live sound effects and music.
Nick Danger is an irreverent parody of the inimitable Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe private-eye genre. Created by one of the zaniest comedy groups of the 1960s and 70s, Firesign Theater, “Cut ‘Em Off At the Past!” is filled with double entendre, crazy sound effects and puns. This all-out spoof of the classic radio detective comes from Firesign Theater’s 1969 album, “How Can You Be in Two Places at Once When You’re Not Anywhere at All.”
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