Old Time Radio Comes Alive at Victor School
The actors brought some old radio scripts from the 1940s to life in their performance Tuesday evening at the Victor School Radio Show. The high school and middle school students had been prepared for the experience by instructor Amber Lynch.
The huge cast maneuvered around the stage, remembering to speak into the microphones, while the sound effects table was busy with live and recorded sounds and musical “stings” and “bumpers” to move the show from scene to scene.
As songs were sung, the rest of the cast took the opportunity to dance a little in the upstage area of the Mary Stuart Rogers Performing Arts Center in Victor.
The show has its final public live performance Wednesday, May 1, at 7 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students and children.
The show is being recorded and will be aired in May on KLYQ. We’ll let you know as we get closer to the date.