Join the Radio Theatre Project on Monday, May 23 at 7 p.m. at The Studio@620 in downtown St. Pete for the last live performance ’til the fall.
The Continuing Adventures of Cabaret Detective Noel Berlin will surely crash into a cliffhanger. But an array of darkly comic shorts by Matt Cowley and Paul Wilborn will find their way to unexpected twists and satisfying endings, as Jim Sorenson and Lisa Powers Tricomi return to the ensemble.
Tickets are $10 at the door. You’ll want to get there early to get a seat for what will likely be a sold-out show.
Coming up in April, The Radio Theatre Project finds that Love’s Gone Bad, in a series of offbeat comic reflections by Jim Rayfield, and a new short play by Matt Cowley.
Join us on Monday, April 25 at 7 p.m. at The Studio@620 for Ostrich, Bad Cat and Can This Marriage Be Saved? by Jim Rayfield, with special guest actors Susan Alexander and John Huls.
Along with She’s Leaving Home by Matt Cowley, where nothing about that sentence is what you expect. . .
Live theatre with live sound effects performed for a live audience to enjoy, with refreshments and libations at The Studio@620, 620 1st Ave S. in downtown St. Pete.
On Monday, March 28 at 7 pm we’ll be performing a madcap tale from St. Pete’s own Bill Leavengood. Spacehunters tells the story of Marty, a man desperate to find a place to live in NYC, and the wacky characters and situations he encounters in his search.
The madness continues with The Continuing Adventures of Noel Berlin, Cabaret Detective. Noel and his crew are still stuck in 1995 in a futile search for St. Pete’s baseball team, The Mullets. What other historical mysteries will they stumble into?
You can catch Noel Berlin in a special appearance across the bridge in Tampa at Creative Loafing’s GASP! Festival on Friday, April 1. Plus a special GASP! appearance by the real Noel Berlin’s real cabaret band, Paul Wilborn & Blue Roses – featuring torch singer Eugenie Bondurant, drummer Matt Cowley and Frank Bowman on horns.