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Re-Imagined Radio presents Dracula

Re-Imagined Radio reprises a 2018 live recorded performance by Metropolitan Performing Arts actors and other community volunteers at Kiggins Theatre in downtown Vancouver, Washington. All new sound effects and ambiences designed to send delightful shivers up your spine. Dracula, the legendary novel by Bram Stoker, first published in 1897, is considered one of the greatest …

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Re-Imagined Radio | Hiro & Liling and The Martian Death March

Re-Imagined Radio presents The Willamette Radio Workshop, Portland, Oregon, performing two short radio dramas, “Hiro & Liling,” by Kristina Jones, an original performance, and “The Martian Death March,” by Ernest Kinoy, an episode from Dimension X and X Minus One. Both are directed by Sam A. Mowry. Inspired by Japanese folklore, possibly the story of …

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Re-Imagined Radio | Exuberance Is Beauty

Re-Imagined Radio presents Exuberance Is Beauty recorded for radio performance by actors from Illuminus Audio Productions of Portland, Oregon. Created by Donna Barrow-Green, also from Portland. The setting is Portland, Oregon, following the end of World War II. A young widow, Eve Miller has not gotten over the loss of her husband Nick. An intense …

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Re-Imagined Radio | A Radio Christmas Carol Part Two

When first begun in 2013Re-Imagined Radiore-imagined historical radio dramas and other programs as live literary-media art and performance for contemporary audiences. We envisioned voice actors and Foley artists, multimedia, an historic movie theatre, live streaming, social media, and radio broadcasts. Not a community tradition. We offeredA Radio Christmas Carolthat first year because it seemed appropriate. …

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Re-Imagined Radio | A Radio Christmas Carol Part One

When first begun in 2013Re-Imagined Radiore-imagined historical radio dramas and other programs as live literary-media art and performance for contemporary audiences. We envisioned voice actors and Foley artists, multimedia, an historic movie theatre, live streaming, social media, and radio broadcasts. Not a community tradition. We offeredA Radio Christmas Carolthat first year because it seemed appropriate. …

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