Tag - radio theater

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...

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Climate Change Theatre Action on KCART

This week on Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre we are proud to present four short plays as part of Climate Change Theatre Action. "The Oysters" by Miranda Rose Hall brings attention to the plight of the oysters in the Chesapeake Bay. Filtering the water and building reefs, the Eastern Oyster...

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Three Skeleton Key

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 brand new radio adaptation of the short story “Three Skeleton Key” three men tend to a lighthouse on a remote...

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Easy Aces: Baby Food [Rebroadcast]

[This week is a rebroadcast of “Easy Aces: Baby Food which originally aired on KCART 6/4/21.] Goodman Ace finds himself juggling his work and home life when a surprise from Jane, his wife, intersects with a potential business client in this episode of the classic Kansas City-born radio comedy, “Easy...

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The Judge’s House (Episode 2)

This week Kansas City Actors Theatre premieres the second and final part of Bram Stoker’s “The Judge’s House,” this Friday at noon on KKFI 90.1 FM. KCART returns to “The Judge’s House,” written by master of horror Bram Stoker. Malcolm Malcolmson is trying to study for his upcoming exams, but...

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The Judge’s House (Episode 1)

This week Kansas City Actors Theatre premieres its two-part production of Bram Stoker’s “The Judge’s House,” this Friday at noon on KKFI 90.1 FM. From 1914, “The Judge’s House,” written by master of horror Bram Stoker, tells of a Malcolm Malcolmson, a student searching for a quiet place to study...

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