The June Show will be essentially be a night dedicated to Westerns

We be using the first radio scripts for the classics “Gunsmoke” and “The Lone Ranger”

We will also continue with episode 10 of 11 total of “Superman – Batman’s Great Mystery”

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Auditions: June 6 and 7, beginning at 6:30pm at the Downeaster Theatre, 1105 N. Pennsylvania in Lansing

Rehearsals will be June 17, 18, 19, 20 at the Downeaster starting at 6:30pm

Performance will be at The Robin Theatre, 1120 S. Washington, REO Town Lansing (one performance)

Series: Superman
Show: “Batman’s Great Mystery” Chapter 10
Date: Feb 16 1948
CAST:
Narrator, a commanding voice
Announcer
Clark Kent/Superman
Bruce Wayne/Batman
Dick Grayson/Robin
Jones, the suave villain
Ed, the Batman impersonator
Old Farmer Hemple, a weather-beaten New Englander
Old Farmer Hoffmeyer, even more weather-beaten

Gunsmoke- Start of a Legend
April, 1952
Cast
Matt Dillon
Announcer
Mr. Hightower
Chester Wesley Proudfoot
Peter Ziegler (the Dutchman)
Dr. Charles Adams
Boy (12 years old)
Adam Richards
Francine Richards
Mrs. Bonney

The Lone Ranger
Jan. 1933
Csst

Ranger
Jeb – a rancher
Cal – a neighbor
Sheriff
Jerimy – a gambler

*There are a few other character voices needed for material being presented between the above segments

Thank you for supporting community theater – especially our slightly different version of it…

The Audio Air Force recently became a member of the Community Theater Association of Michigan. In their latest newsletter they wrote a nice article about us…

http://ctam.online/

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Our “home” is the Robin Theatre, located at 1105 S. Washington in REO Town Lansing.

Updates on the Audio Air Force “Facebook” page. More information … info (at) audioairforce.com

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The Audio Air Force is a theatrical organization dedicated to the creation of original material for presentation on the Radio, Internet, CD or whatever audio venues are appropriate. Programs will be produced both in studio and live on stage at venues.

As an organization there is an emphasis on preserving the history of Radio Theatre as we work to create Audio Theatre’s present. To this we will also include recreations or re-imagining of Classic Radio program

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