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Default Texas Radio Theatre 33 - The Bride Comes to Yellowsky

The Bride Comes to Yellowsky
by Stephen Crane
Adapted by Jim Cort

Set at the end of the 19th century in a town called Yellow Sky, the story concerns the marshal, Jack Potter, and his unnamed bride and the effect their marriage has on the town.

Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art

Directed and Engineered by Richard Frohlich

Production Manager: Ken Raney

Featuring the voice talents of:
Earl Browning
Taffy Geisel
Gary Layton
Ivy Price
Spencer Prokop
Suzy Zimmerman
Ken Raney

Live sound effects were created by Libby Milliron

Recorded in front of a studio audience February 2003

(c) 2003 Jim Cort & Richard Frohlich

Length: 31:49 min, Size: 14.3 MB

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Default Yes, we do westerns....

This podcast is in response to a question someone asked me either here or somewhere...

If you're name's Texas radio theatre... why don't you do westerns.

My answer is - I couldn't answer that question... it would be like trying to answer "Yes or no, have you stopped kicking puppies?"

We've done Westerns... we do westerns... so this week, we feature one of them.

Go back in time on our podcast page and you'll find a recreation of episode 1 of the Lone Ranger (when he was truly alone)... this is a production of the original script for the series... I don't believe any actual versions exist for it.


Also, you'll find one of three stories about Annie Oakley. I think that's pretty western.


So, in addition to those... for the next few podcasts we'll feature some of our works with more of a western flavor.

Yee ha
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