Tag - suspense

Sorry, Wrong Number (from Suspense)

A bedridden woman listens in on a crossed-wire call, only to get drawn into a mystery deeper than she could have possibly expected. “Sorry, Wrong Number,” is a fun, twist-filled yarn that Orson Welles once referred to as ‘the greatest radio script ever written.’ Featuring Hillary Clemens, Matt Rapport, Jerry...

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Love, Honor, or Murder (From “Suspense”)

Opportunity knocks when a cabbie’s fare leaves something behind in his taxi, but how far is he willing to go to answer the call? Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre presents the twists and turns of the classic “Suspense” story “Love, Honor, or Murder.” Featuring Cathy Barnett, David Fritts, Marc Liby,...

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The Voice From the Other Side

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 answers, he searches for the source of the mysterious interjections. This exciting original story by Jerry Mañan and Kitty Corum is in the spirit of the...

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The House in Cypress Canyon (from Suspense)

A terrifying mystery unfolds when a chilling manuscript is found in an uncompleted house in the classic Suspense story, “The House in Cypress Canyon,” this week on Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre. Though it only aired once, it is frequently cited as one of the most terrifying stories produced...

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There’s Always Room at the Top (from Suspense)

When a job interview doesn’t go as expected for a young go-getter, she’s given the opportunity to jump on an unforeseen second chance. But what’s really going on behind closed doors? From the classic radio series, Suspense, “There’s Always Room at the Top,” will keep you guessing right through...

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Cabin B-13 (from “Suspense”)

A newlywed couple sets off on a cruise ship with $10,000 for expenses, only to find a very different experience from the romantic honeymoon they expected. First broadcast in 1943, John Dickson Carr's "Cabin B-13" was hailed among the best of the "Suspense" series, was aired three times, and...

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Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre Preview

Hosts John Rensenhouse, Walter Coppage, and Cinnamon Schultz preview the series to come, including preview excerpts of future episodes, interviews with “Kansas City: 1924” playwright Forrest Attaway; experienced stage, film, and radio actor Victor Raider-Wexler; and director Darren Sextro. Featured Actors: David Fritts & Matt Williamson in "A Murderous Revision;"...

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Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre

A new venture in weekly audio programming from local theatre company Kansas City Actors Theatre, Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre presents classic radio theatre performed anew by professional local artists. Episodes will include “Kansas City: 1924,” 10-part original historical drama written by local playwright, actor, and director Forrest Attaway,...

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