Podcast - KCART

Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre presents new performances of classic radio plays of intrigue, mystery, suspense, and comedy from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s in rotation with a 10-part original historical drama written by local playwright, actor, and director Forrest Attaway. Featuring local actors and musicians and hosted by actors John Rensenhouse, Cinnamon Schultz, and Walter Coppage.

Return to Dust (from Suspense)

Airing this Friday at noon on KKFI 90.1 FM is the FINAL weekly episode of Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre. From the Suspense Radio series comes “Return to Dust” by George Bamber, inspired by Richard Matheson’s novel “The Shrinking Man.” James Howard has made an incredible scientific discovery. While attempting to...

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Written Off by Victor Wishna

This Friday at noon on KKFI 90.1 FM don’t miss this week’s episode of Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre featuring “Written Off” by local favorite playwright Victor Wishna! Frank, an aging soap opera star has blurred the line between his character and himself over the years. When he finds out his...

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Three Skeleton Key [Rebroadcast]

(This is a rebroadcast of “Three Skeleton Key,” an original adaptation by Jerry Mañan, which aired on KCART on December 10th, 2021.] This week on Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre premieres a new adaptation of George G. Toudouze’s “Three Skeleton Key,” airing this Friday at noon on KKFI 90.1 FM. In a...

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Personal Call (by Agatha Christie)

This Friday at noon, Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre returns to the weird and wonderful world of Agatha Christie in “Personal Call,” on KKFI 90.1 FM. From May of 1954, James and Pamela Brent are hosting a dinner part, when James is pulled away to answer a call. James is shocked...

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The Voice From the Other Side [Rebroadcast]

[This is a rebroadcast of “The Voice From the Other Side,” an original work by Jerry Mañan and Kitty Corum. Originally airing on KCART on February 12, 2021.] The struggling writer of a 1940’s family radio show is mystified when his episodes start featuring strange dialog he didn’t write. Desperate for...

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Butter in a Lordly Dish (by Agatha Christie)

This week Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre returns to world of Agatha Christie in “Butter in a Lordly Dish,” airing this Friday on KKFI 90.1 FM. Sir Luke Enderby is a lawyer who became well known for prosecuting the serial killer Henry Garfield in the heavily publicized ‘Blondes on the Beach’...

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