+ Indicates a Florida story.
*Indicates a Florida author.
^ Indicates that the author wrote the piece in St Petersburg as part of WordBRIDGE, National Collegiate Playwrights Lab at Eckerd College- directed by St Petersburg resident, Richard A Rice.

 

Season 1. . .  2009-2010

What the end of radio as we know it looks like.

What the end of radio as we know it looks like.

My Dinner With Margo, aka The Gandy Dancer (based on the real lives of Tampa residents, Cavanaugh Murphy and Margo Yancy.)
Performed May 24, 2010 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: 05/26/10 **
+*Writer: Paul Wilborn (St Petersburg author and playwright)
Director: Paul Wilborn
Announcer: Ron Satloff
Performers: Paul Wilborn (Cavenaugh)
Eugenie Bondurant (Margo)
Foley Orchestra: Matt Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti

As Four Horsemen Await, aka 4 horsemen of the apocalypse
Performed Monday, May 24, 2010 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: 11/24/10**
*Writer: Andy Orrell (St Petersburg author)
Director:
Announcer: Bonnie Agan
Performers: Stephanie Roberts
LeRoy Mitchell
Andy Orell
Jim Wicker
Foley Orchestra: Matt Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti

Box and Cox
Performed Monday, May 24, 2010 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: 12/01/10**
Writer: John Morton
Director: Richard Rice
Announcer: Ron Satlof
Performers: Jim Wicker – Box
Bonnie Agan – Mrs. Bouncer
TJ Gill – Cox
Foley Orchestra: Matt Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti

What suicidal angst looks like.

What suicidal angst looks like.

Histories
Performed April 12, 2010 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: 06/02/10**
^Writer: Michael Wright
Director: Mimi Rice
Announcer: Eugenie Bondurant
Performers: Jim Wicker
Andy Orell
Hersha Parady
Richard Rice
Stephanie Roberts
Foley Orchestra: Matt Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti
Piano: Paul Wilborn

You Can’t Take It With You (Lux Radio Theatre Version from 1939)
Performed April 12, 2010 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: Part 1 – 06/16/10; Part 2 – 06/23/10**
Writer: Moss Hart
Director: Jim Rayfield
Performers: Bob Heitman – Grandpa
Mimi Rice – Penny
Paul Wilborn – Paul
Eugenie Bondurant – Essie
Andy Orrell – Ed
Bonnie Agan – Alice
Jim Wicker – Poppins
Richard Rice – DePinna
Ron Satloff – Kolenkov
Eleanor Wolf– Rheba
Jim Wicker – Kirby
Hersha Parady – Mrs. Kirby
T Scott Wooten – Tony
Foley Orchestra: Matt Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti
Piano: Paul Wilborn

Teammates Parts 1, 2, 3
Performed March 1, 2010 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: Part 1 (5/12/10), Part 2 (5/19/10), Part 3 (5/26/10)**
*Writer: Peter Goldenbock (St Petersburg author)
Director: Richard Rice
Announcer: Ron Satloff
Performers: Zoe Valeho Briant (Jackie Robinson)
Peter Goldenback (Peewee Reese)
Stephanie Roberts
Leroy Mitchel
Bob Hietman
TJ Gill
Julia Flood
Foley Orchestra: Matt Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti

Directions
Performed March 1, 2010 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: May 5, 2010**
^Writer: Warren Hammack
Director: Mimi Rice
Announcer: Ron Satloff
Performers: Hersha Parady (Evelyn Hamilton)
Andy Orell (Bryant Hamilton)
Foley Orchestra: Matt and Sheila Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti

What a bad day for a dog looks like.

What a bad day for a dog looks like.

Loss Of Appetite
Performed January 11, 2010 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: Part 1 2/17/10; Part 2 2/25/10**
^Writer: David Kranes
Director: Richard Rice
Announcer: Ron Satloff
Performers: Mimi Rice
Richard Rice
Foley Orchestra: Matt Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti

Some Say Fire
Performed January 11, 2010 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: 2/3/10**
^Writer: Eric Ramsey
Director: Richard Rice
Announcer: Ron Satloff
Performers: Robin O’Dell (Mrs. Brindel)
Paul Wilborn (Harvey)
Foley Orchestra: Matt Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti

Alice’s Brother
Performed January 11, 2010 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: 2/3/10**
*Writer: Peter Meinke (St Petersburg author and Playwright)
Director:
Announcer: Ron Satloff
Performers: Julia Flood (Alice)
Mimi Rice (Cynthia)
Foley Orchestra: Matt Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti

What 18th century Florida looks like.

What 18th century Florida looks like.

The Piano Tuner
Performed November 23, 2009 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: 1/6/10**
*Writer: Peter Meinke ( St Petersburg author and Playwright)
Director: Bob Devin Jones
Announcer: Eugenie Bondurant
Performers: Richard Rice
Ron Satloff (Piano Tuner)
Bob Devin Jones (Negro Man)
Bonnie Agan (Wife)
Foley Orchestra: Matt and Sheila Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti
Piano: Paul Wilborn

The Cranes
Performed November 23, 2009 Studio@620 7pm
Aired: 1/6/10**
+*Writer: Peter Meinke (St Petersburg Author and Playwright)
Director: Bob Devin Jones
Announcer: Eugenie Bondurant
Performers: Bob Heitman (Fred)
Bonnie Agan (Ginger)
Andy Orell (Narrator)
Foley Orchestra: Matt and Sheila Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti

Arsenic and Old Lace (Lux Radio Theatre Version, November 25, 1946)
Performed November 23, 2009 Studio@620 7pm
Writer: Joseph Kesselring
Director: Richard Rice
Announcer: Eugenie Bondurant
Performers: Hersha Parady (Aunt Abby)
Mimi Rice (Aunt Martha)
Jim Wicker (Mortimer)
Andy Orell (Officer O’Hara)
Ron Satloff (Jonathan)
LeRoy Mitchel (Doctor and Mr. Witherspoon)
Richard Rice (Officer Brofy)
Foley Orchestra: Matt and Sheila Cowley
Sound Mixer: Mark Perfetti
Piano: Paul Wilborn