Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: A Staged Parody performed (Raconteur Radio)
sam. 17 novembre à 20:00
You must register by calling[masked]. ATTENTION: Potterheads! WizKids! GryffinDorks! Raconteur Radio's got a Potter mouth! Come Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Harry Potter with Raconteur Radio's uniquely immersive, parody interpretation of The Goblet of Fire. Come in costume if you would like and experience the story in a whole new way. The Boy Who Lived LIVE! On Saturday November 17 at 2pm. How good is it? On a scale of 1 to 10, it’s 9 ¾, which as all potterheads know, is as good as it gets. The Radio play features real actors in front of a live audience. The actors wear costumes, the stage features theatrical lighting, golden age radio equipment, fog fx, audience articipation and of course hundreds of sound effects! The production stars Jason Jackson, Shawna Lagan, Jeff Maschi, Michael Jarmus, and Alex Dawson from Raconteur Radio. A radio play or audio narrative, what some call an "ear movie," is a story told through dialogue, sound effects, and music. We add costumes, colored spots, a fatboy Elvis mic, a fog machine and a strobe light, then perform it for live audiences at a range of traditional and improvised venues throughout the Tri-State area. Got it? No? Well, come find out for yourself! RACONTEUR RADIO: stages theatrical presentations of vintage radio plays, classic works of literature, and pop culture parodies for live audiences throughout the Tri-State area. For more info, visit www.RaconteurRadio.com. This program will be held at the South Plainfield Senior Center. Admission is free, but registration is required. The performance is sponsored by the South Plainfield Public Library and the Friends of the South Plainfield Library. Please register by calling the library at[masked] or stop by.
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