It's A Wonderful Life
Adapted for radio-on-stage
from the Frank Capra film
by TONY PALERMO
Original score composed and arranged by JONATHAN GREEN
November 29th, 30th and December 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 2019 at 7:30 pm
December 1st, 8th, 15th, 2019 at 2:00 pm
Performances at Events at Sunset
915 Bypass Highway, Richland
This timeless tale about an angel being sent from heaven to help a desperately frustrated George Bailey is being presented by Theatre...Not a Dying Art (T...NADA). This angel shows George what life would have been like if he had never existed. This adaptation of It's A Wonderful Life is being presented on the stage-as an imaginative 1940's style radio-on-stage production by Tony Palermo.
Tony Palermo is a radio dramatist, performer, and educator based in Los Angeles. His work is heard on NPR and Satellite Radio as well as in audiobooks and on-stage with L.A. Theatre Works, California Artists Radio Theatre, numerous theatre troupes, and on national tours. His holiday-themed plays, A Christmas Carol, It's A Wonderful Life!, and Auntie-Scrooge, A Backwards Christmas Carol have seen hundreds of productions around the world since 1998. Tony's sound effects work on Yuri Rasovsky's Sherlock Holmes Theatre contributed to its winning the 2006 Audie Award--the Oscar of audiobooks. Tony directed the 60th anniversary production of Norman Corwin's On a Note of Triumph--for which he also re-created Bernard Herrmann's orchestral score. Recently, Tony provided live SFX for shows such as Eric Idle's What About Dick?, CART's Leviathan '99, LATW's California Suite and Side Man, as well as performing 65 solo shows at the California Suite Fair. Tony's Sonic Storytelling Studio at San Francisco's Exploratorium is a permanent exhibit that has seen thousands of visitors since 2006. His Sparx Audio Adventures assembly programs and workshops are popular with schools and colleges across California, the U.S. and around the world. Tony also hosts the RuyaSonic Radio Drama Resources website, offering info on writing, directing, scoring, engineering, and sound effects.
Tickets prices: $15 for students and seniors and $20 for adults