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An all-time seasonal favorite, "It's a Wonderful Life" was twice adapted for radio in 1947, first on Lux Radio Theater, and then on the Screen Guild Theater program, and then in March of 1951. James Stewart and Donna Reed reprised their roles for all three radio productions. 
A few of our Radio Warriors


Ron Steelman's CRRS production of his original
radio play, "The Dreamer," garnered rave reviews from the judges at the Atlanta Fringe Audio Festival.
* * You can have unlimited access to it, along with five of our other radio plays in the library, by
   Donating $20 (or more!) on our support page.  
PREMISE - I love the premise! The premise kept me engaged the entire time and with the entrance of each new character being so distinct, it left me wondering each time: "Could this be the dreamer?"
PLOT - A fun, charming romp with old-time radio sensibility, an engaging plot, and laugh-out-loud lines!
DIALOGUE - The dialogue is strong and engaging and I jotted down several lines that made me laugh out loud (“Oh my applesauce!”, “Oh look, they’re throwing something back at me through the window.”).
VOICES - The voice work fits the characters to a tee and the entire show is well mixed, with SFX and music never overwhelming the dialogue.
MUSIC - The music interludes signifying major scene changes were a great move! It signified the type of mood the show was going for. The actors gave very stylized performances that I was very into.
STYLE - A really nice homage to the style and techniques of the Golden Age of radio.
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