Don't Close Your Eyes: Live Radio Theatre!
About This Show
Don't Close Your Eyes is Montana's longest-running and most-popular live radio theatre presentation! Each week during the summer, writer/directors Ryan Cassavaugh and Keith Suta take turns writing and presenting a brand-new one-hour play in a variety of genres from the golden age of radio! Since 2011, DCYE has produced weekly radio plays all summer long at Bozeman's Verge Theater!
Each new play is written in just one week previous in order to recreate the vibrant energy and demands of live radio! The genres are as wide-ranging as the schedule is tight: sci-fi, comedy, western, thriller, comedy, and more!
Presented live on stage with multi-voiced casts and entirely analog sound effects, DCYE is a unique and original anthology production that the whole family can enjoy! If you want to keep up with all our future live productions, please "like" us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/dcyeradio), follow us on twitter (@dcyeradio) and check out our website at dcyeradio.com!
Most Recent Episode
The Road to the Big T.O.P.!
Oct 30 16
Season 4, Episode 7: The Road to the Big T.O.P.!A Road Comedy Written and Directed by Ryan Cassavaugh and
Ryan and Keith return as the characters they were born to play: Ryan and Keith, failed soup salesmen and ne'er do wells! After finding out they have inherited a circus from a dead relative, they also find out they have inherited its debts! The only way to save the show from the evil Malefactora Califf is to head to the annual Tournament of Performers and wow the audience with a never-before-attempted, entirely too elaborate stunt! Comedic chaos and silly noises abound in our fourth season finale!Featured cast: Keith Suta, Ryan Cassavaugh, Sadie Cassavaugh, Sarah Suta, Ryan Lawrence Flynn, Marya Llovet, Pol Llovet, and Christian
McDaniel! Sound effects and music by Wren Goodman and Marya Llovet!
Recorded live at
Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre (now known as the Verge Theater) on
July 26, 2014! What you hear is what the audience heard that night with
no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable
to your ears!