Acclaimed for resurrecting the spirit of Orson Welles's "Mercury Theater on the Air," The Night Kitchen Radio Theater is distinguished for adapting and performing original adaptations of well-known classics with a decidedly contemporary twist. Each evening promises star-studded casts, musical scores by noted composers including Phillip Glass, and sound effects by renowned sound designer Bob Bielecki. The shows air on the XM Satellite Radio Network.
January 7: Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher
January 21: Cervantes' Don Quixote
February 4: Yorinks' The Session
February 18: Twain's 1601
March 4: James' What Maisie Knew
March 18: Wells' The Invisible Man
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