The Abrons Arts Center presents The Night Kitchen Radio Theater in a new series of original radio adaptations of well-known classics. 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 its broadcasts with a decidedly contemporary twist. Each evening promises star-studded casts, musical scores by noted composers including Philip Glass, and sound effects by renowned sound designer Bob Bielecki. The shows air on the XM Satellite Radio Network. S C H E D U L E (Click on the individual show titles for ticket information.) October 8: Aristophanes' Lysistrata October 22: Franz Kafka's Metamorphosis November 5: Charles Dickens' Bleak House November 19: Richard Abrons' Three Travelers December 3: Nikolai Gogol's The Portrait December 17: Christmas in July/The Flying Latke The Theater opens for General Admission 45 minutes before showtimes. The Night Kitchen Radio Theater is presented as part of Free for All. Free for All is the Abrons Arts Center's series of free and pay-what-you-can events that offer an exciting mixture of radio drama, cutting edge theatre and dance, and chamber ensemble performance.