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 Sheldon Leonard, Jimmy Stewart,                Henry Travers from the film

 It's a Wonderful Life

a live radio play

     December 2 at 3 pm: 

The Tavern at

East Jersey Olde Town Village   1050 River Road Piscataway, NJ  08854

December 10 at 2pm:  

The Navesink Library

149 Monmouth Ave. Navesink, NJ  07716

Tickets $15

 December 17 at 1 pm:
 Cross of Glory Lutheran Church 
95 Cambridge Dr.  Aberdeen, NJ  07747
Tickets  $15  (All proceeds go to the church for this performance)

Our 6th annual performance of this heartwarming tale of love, loss and faith.  Don't miss the trivia game with the cast after the show!


In Memory of Ron Steelman

Ron Steelman, we hardly knew ye!
The players of Classic Radio Road Show mourn the passing on July 31 of one of our own, Ron
Steelman. For anyone who saw Steelman, as we lovingly knew him, perform, he was the
gentleman in the wheelchair with the gravelly voice and steely demeanor. He performed, he
directed, he wrote – he was a full-on creative powerhouse. And his CRRS work only scratches
the surface of his life as a performer.
Did you know Steelman played cousin Artie Levine in the “Stake Out” episode of Seinfeld.  He
also had roles in Murder She Wrote and ALF.  And he played Dr. McConnell in the 1992 karate
action film "Out for Blood".
It’s why CRRS was so lucky to have Steelman act, direct and write for us. Lending his voice and
talents as a  performer in several of our works,  Steelman also wrote two original pieces that
CRRS performed: "The Dreamer", and "Darn That Dream". He also directed CRRS’ recorded
adaptation of the classic Western drama "Roadside".
Steelman is survived by his widow Elaine Steelman, one of CRRS’ leading ladies, and two
children. And he will fondly be remembered as a foundational member of CRRS, whose shoes
will never properly be filled.
Rest in Peace Ron.

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