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Listen & Watch: Mysteries!
The Kane Shadow: A REAR WINDOW Murder (Broadcast Date: November 5, 2016)
Orson Welles returns to that nasty town but while re-re-re-recording that radio commercial, he trips over a mic cable and has to rest his twisted ankle at friends on Powers Lake. And yes, Jeannette flies in to take care of Orson, in person! While sitting out back on the upper patio, he fears he may be witnessing a murder. Pass the cabernet!
Produced by...Steve Brown & Mike Ullstrup
Written by...Steve Brown & Mike Ullstrup
Directed by ...JaNelle Powers
Starring...The 91.1 Players!
John O’Leksy, Kathy Zuhlke, Cameron Spencer, Janelle Powers, Siegfried Christoph, Alexa Eaves, Larry Rowe, Todd Eaves, Steve Dundis
Barb Tylla, Steve Brown, Dave Janzer, Chuck Janzer, Troy McDonald, David Cole (WGTD General Manager), Dr. Bryan Albrecht (President,Gateway Technical College)
Sorry, Wrong Number and Three Skeleton Key (Broadcast Date, October 3, 2015)
“Sorry, Wrong Number” is based on the original script by Louise Fletcher about Mrs. Leona Stevenson, a rich, spoiled, and bed-ridden wife of wealthy businessman, Elbert Stevenson.
One day, while listening to what seems to be a crossed-telephone connection, Mrs. Stevenson overhears two men planning a murder of a wealthy woman. Tension and fear continue to grow, second by second, as Mrs. Stevenson tries, in earnest, to get in touch with her husband. The ending remains to this day one of the scariest and frightening culminations of both fear and panic ever broadcast on the radio!
“Three Skeleton Key” is a short story written by the French author George Toudouze.
The plot involves three men who are on duty at a lighthouse off the coast of French Guiana when an abandoned ship, filled only by thousands of smelly and ferocious rats, makes landfall. What follows next is the desperate life and death struggle as these men try and save themselves from this hungry horde of ravenous rats. And oh, yes….the audience will hear every screeching, gnawing rat as they chase the men up to the top of the lighthouse!
Starring The 91.1 Players!
Steve Brown Show Announcer
Sorry, Wrong Number
Chris Brookes......Mrs. Stevenson
Jim McClure.........Sergeant Martin
Steve Brown........Western union operator
Three Skeleton Key
Our Production Staff
Mike Ullstrup, Sound Effects
Steve Brown, Music & Sound Editor
David Janzer, Chief Engineer
Chuck Janzer, Audio Engineer
David Cole, WGTD General Manager
Dr. Bryan Albrecht, President, Gateway Technical College
Listen in the dark...IF YOU DARE!
"The Kane Shadow: A Roaring Murder!" (June 6, 2015)
Radio / Dramedy
Kenosha native son, Orson Welles -- a.k.a, the Kane Shadow -- travels to Lake Geneva and helps a flapper in distress as he thinks back to the days of the Roaring Twenties, prohibition, speakeasies, and gangsters. The WGTD Radio Theater is broadcasting "live" from the Geneva Lake Museum as they celebrate their latest exhibition about Lake Geneva in the 1920's and '30's.
And Orson runs into of all people -- his grandmother! And yes, Orson Welles and his grandmother really hated each other!
Radio / Dramedy
Orson Welles, a.k.a. The Kane Shadow, comes back to his home town, Kenosha after another frustrating re-recording of a radio commercial in Chicago. While at dinner at one of his favorite restaurants, three very attractive and identical triplet women approach him and ask for his help. It would appear that a “friend” of theirs has gone missing and they fear the worst: murder. Their friend was last seen near Lake Lawn Resort in Delavan, Wisconsin. Never able to resist the cries for help from attractive women, and knowing of the fine restaurants at the resort, Orson motors out to Delavan to investigate the matter. During his interviews of patrons and local people, he runs into, of all people, his grandmother! After years of avoiding this sorceress of the black arts (or so he accuses her of) and her harping at him for not finding legitimate work, she is the last person he wants to see. But…could she actually be connected to the disappearance?
Although the story is pure fiction, the places and the cantankerous relationship between Orson and his grandmother are all accurate!
Plus....an episode of "It's the Professor!"