New Surry Theatre Presents

The Radio Show

New Surry Theatre’s radio performance program started in 2005 when we decided to perform classic episodes of The Adventures of Superman from the ‘30’s and ‘40’s.  We confined these shows to Blue Hill’s annual “Last Night” celebration until recently when we decided to expand the concept and produce radio shows year round.

New Surry Theatre and the 66 Restaurant
Bring you back to the ‘40’s with “The Radio Show”

Sunday, April 21st at the 66 Restaurant
Dinner begins between 5:00 and 5:30pm, performance at 7:00pm

imageNST’s “The Radio Show” recreates old time radio shows with their fun “sound effects and commercials” for new-time audiences. They are performed by NST actors chosen for their skills at creating full characters using only their emotions and their voices! This time around “The Radio Show” takes on Dashiell Hammett’s sardonic private detective Sam Spade as it recreates “The Hot Hundred-Grand Caper” from “The Adventures of Sam Spade” radio program (sponsored by Wildroot Cream Oil Hair Tonic). Sam finds that what he thought was a simple “follow the money” case is something much more complex—and dangerous! Join the cast of “The Radio Show” as they recreate the story, the songs and the commercials that audiences heard from the convenience of their living rooms, when the world was a much simpler place.

Please arrive for dinner somewhere between 5:00 and 5:30pm. The show will begin at 7:00 and after the show the actors and audience will have dessert together and participate in an informal Q&A.

Tickets are $35 for both dinner and the show and are available by making a reservation at the 66 Restaurant or the night of the performance.