Join us on a raucous, fast-paced experience with the “Leisure Time with Leisure Time Radio Demonstrate!” As the dwell studio viewers, you will be transported back to the late 1930’s early 1940s to love the radio drama “Venus and Mars – A Scott Bravely Journey.”
In this episode, we journey with our hero on his first flight to the moon in his prototype A-1 rocket ship, in which he uncovers a top secret lunar system to invade earth! Then, we come across ourselves on the dim and wet streets of Seattle in 1938, the place you cannot rely on any individual, primarily a beautiful lady with a lethal magic formula in “The Lady Was Risky.”
Last but not least, we sign up for “Lady Pemberly,” Suffragette Adventurer, who travels the globe with her faithful manservant, Crumple, trying to find danger and intrigue for Queen, place, and a seriously good cup of tea!
Truly feel like you have absent again in time with a complete Foley Table, using authentic seem effects, hilarious commercials, and astounding tunes of the era, further brought to daily life with dwell songs by the Cascade Jazz Ensemble, performing as John Chmaj and the Chmajbees.
Directed by William Stone, the “Leisure Time with Leisure Time Radio Show” returns for its 3rd installment of the” Leisure Time Series.”
This common collection, executed by the Black Doggy Gamers of the Black Canine Arts Coalition (BDAC) in Snoqualmie, and hosted by the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater in Fall Metropolis, is the brainchild of proficient regional playwright Jaime Gower, who carries on to entertain us with his comical and intelligent just take on the golden age of radio. The BDAC is a non-gain 501(c)(3) firm that delivers tunes, theater and arts to the Snoqualmie Valley.
Tickets contain supper (services commences at 5:00 pm) in an intimate setting, with the theater portion commencing as shortly as every person is served. Dinner features our renowned alder-wood grilled entrees (steak, salmon, or veggie kabobs) and accompanying sauces, salad, fruit, baked potato, rolls, butter, beverage (lemonade, ice tea, coffee, drinking water), and frozen dessert treat—sodas, beer, and wine available for obtain. Dessert will be served in the course of the intermission.
Simply click in this article for reservations. Tickets: $44 Standard $40 Seniors/Members
Display Instances: Saturday and Sunday, August 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22 5pm – 8pm. Doors open up at 4:30pm