Since 2005, Steve Brown and Mike Ullstrup have created, written and produced over 100 live radio dramas and comedies. These broadcasts have been aired on local Public Radio for southeast Wisconsin. Some of the original dramas and comedies written and produced by Steve and Mike include…
- "Our Secret Sisters", a WWII spy thriller portraying the lives of several brave women who were behind enemy lines spies for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS).
- “The Kane Shadow” chronicles a real Kenosha, Wisconsin native-son, Orson Welles, as he solves historical and fictional mysteries in and around his hometown.
- “Deep Stealth” takes the audience to the depths of the ocean as a modern, stealth submarine finds itself in combat with Nazi u-boats.
- Variety shows featuring local actors portraying Jack Benny, Fibber McGee and Molly, Charlie McCarthy and Edgar Bergen, Phyllis Diller, and Johnny Carson and a very special “USO” show dedicated to area veterans with “Bob Hope” and local dignitaries.
- Re-enactments of past great television shows with new scripts for “Bewitched”, “Golden Girls”, “All in the Family”, and “Batman”.
- An all female version of Sherlock Holmes featuring his niece, Charlotte Holmes.
- "And On The Eighth Day" is a two-time award winning drama that deals with the 1925 Scopes "Monkey” Trial that took place in Dayton, Tennessee.
- "It Could Have Been a Wonderful Life" is an original sequel to the 1946 movie, "It's a Wonderful Life." The production included cameo roles for Jimmy Hawkins and Karolyn Grimes, two of the surviving cast members of the 1946 Frank Capra film. Grimes was "Aunt Zuzu" and Hawkins played "Uncle Tommy." Their recorded voices were intertwined with the lines of the "live" 91.1 Players.
- "The New Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle", a live radio cartoon extravaganza featuring the characters made famous by Jay Ward.