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Kansas City: 1924 – The Levy Breaks

In episode 4 of "Kansas City: 1924," a storm rolls in as George and his family seek unconventional help for their problem, the next shot in the cross-town war of businesses lands, and some of Vincent's mysterious background is brought to light. Featuring Victor Raider-Wexler (who also directs), Walter Coppage,...

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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: 1924 – A Warm Wind

In this week's episode, George searches for a way to work through his problem as new bonds are formed and strengthened among shifting alliances. Meanwhile, an unwelcome visiting group meets a Kansas City greeting committee and the conflict between the mob and the cattlemen reaches City Hall. Written by Forrest...

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Kansas City: 1924 – The Way Forward

Tensions continue to rise between mafioso Giovanni and cattle rancher Ma Pritchett as a corrupt city government gets involved. Meanwhile, Vincent's role starts to become clearer as Rose and the rest of her family discover why her brother, George, is so desperate to skip town. Hosted by Cinnamon Schultz Cast -...

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The Bickersons: The Honeymoon is Over

John and Blanche Bickerson are perfectly suited for each other, just in their own special way. Full of wit and rejoinders in the tradition of classic comedies like "The Honeymooners," Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre presents Philip Rapp's classic radio comedy, "The Bickersons." Featuring Hillary Clemens as Blanche, Matt...

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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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