Calendar for January 2017
- 8 ART BD MEETING/JOY'S
- 9 ART MEETING/JOY'S
- 23 ART MEETING/JOY'S
- REN-Radio Entertainment Network radioent.com
- Golden Hours Radio Network Omnimedianetworks.org
Listen Sunday 8:00 AM Pacific
- Geneva Community Radio, New York genevaradio.blogspot.com
Listen Sunday at 9:00 AM Eastern
- Edmonton, AB Rumsey Retro Radio
Listen to our Podcasts
Now playing: "Candy Matson - The Case of the Flattened Fifth"
Beverly Washburn stars in this original production, written and directed by John Greenway, and inspired by the oldtime radio show from the 1950s. Candy investigates the disappearance of an up and coming jazz singer in this live performance recorded at ART's May, 2016 Radio Studio East.
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The Great Gildersleeve - Ep. 107 - New Year, New Man
It's New Year's Day and Gildersleeve has big plans for the upcoming year.
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Last update: January 2, 2017
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ART's Tenth Anniversary Program
Treasures Old and New from ART
An hour-long radio show, produced by Joy Jackson, featuring ART productions at the beginning of the hour, with old-time-radio music or shows to complete the hour. Each month four complete shows are composed and then sent to four internet radio stations. Listen to us at:
Who We Are
American Radio Theater (ART) is a non-profit (501c3) organization devoted to promoting the creative art and technical craft of audio theater.
Preserving the Past
We give lost stories from the days of Old Time Radio (OTR) a new voice, as many radio shows no longer have recordings.
ART's ongoing project to re-create lost episodes of The Great Gildersleeve can be found here.
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Promoting the Future
We write, and present new radio plays, using traditional radio production techniques as exemplified by radio networks in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.
In an effort to remain close to the roots of OTR we frequently invite members of our extended family of Old Time Radio veterans to participate in our productions. These individuals bring with them skills, techniques, experiences and perspectives unique to this art form.
Through public education, participation, performance, and scholarship we strive to create a new tradition of audio theater while staying true to the roots of Radio Theater's past.