Forty Story Radio Tower
About This Show
The brainchild of and hosted by J Ferron Hiatt, writer and playwright, 40 Story Radio Tower is a live variety show performed and recorded on stage of the Mauch Chunk Opera House then re-mastered for a podcast/broadcast. It is an evening of artists and writers presenting all original radio theatre, poetry, spoken word, comedy and more. Each episode features an extended immersion in the work of a singular musical guest.
Most Recent Episode
40 Story Radio Tower Episode 29
7 days ago
musical guests, SING, BIRD OF PREY PLUS: (:55) Pensseytucky Derby. it’s the one hundredth anniversary of the Pennseytucky Derby, with Christian Gould, Keith Barrett Shcron and Marissa Miller. (9:03) Poet Autumn Stott, So You Want to be a Poet. (13:16) Funerary Rivalry, two siblings revive their long rivalry at their father’s funeral with Natalie Layne Kidd and Christopher Wolfe featuring, Keith Barrett Schron as the cut-rate organist! (21:45) Slam Piece, by Marissa Miller (28:45) Uberty, a new service to ease you into adulthood, with J. Ferronhiatt, Andrew Cundro, Natalie Layne Kidd, Keith Barrett Schron, Marissa Miller, Dave Nicholas and Todd Ashenfalder from, Sing, Bird of Prey. (37:00) Poet Autumn Stott, I Have a Heart (42:16) Cup Stacking, the newest Olympic sport, featuring Christian Gould, Marissa Miller and Keith Barrett Schron. (55:00) Canyon Elegy with Natalie Layne Kidd This evening’s players include, Natalie Layne Kidd, Christopher Wolfe, Marissa Miller, Keith Barrett Schron, Christian Gould, Anthony Cundro, Dave Nicholas and Todd Ashenfalder. Foley soundscape created by Mary M. Malmquist Word product by J. Ferron Hiatt, Marissa Miller, Autumn Stott Created and hosted by Joe Hiatt (ferronhiatt451.com) Company stage and sound manager, Mary M. Malmquist Original opening and closing theme by Keith Barrett Schron Produced by Vincent DeGiosio & Christie McGorry of Jtams Productions at the Mauch Chunk Opera House (mcohjt.com) and Purple Audio (purpleaudio.com) Engineered by D.Patrick for Daedalus Productions headtower logo design by William Lance (williamlance.com) ferroniatt’s photo by Tom Storm (tomstorm.net) This show continues due to the contributions of many many more volunteers and artists to count and we thank every one of you!