New York City
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