Sandbox Radio Live
About This Show
The classic radio variety show reimagined with a contemporary spin - like Prairie Home Companion's younger, edgier (and naughtier) Seattle sibling. Plays, songs, poetry, adaptations of classic literature, public service announcements, special guest storytellers and more; all scored with original live music and sound effects and recorded in front of a live audience. Dig deeper: http://www.sandboxradio.org.
Most Recent Episode
Recorded at ACT Theatre Seattle on Aug 28, 2017: guests Pratidhwani, 'The Drunken Tenor' Rob McPherson, poet Daemond Arrindell. Featuring original material by Scot Augustson, Lisa Halpern, Elizabeth Heffron and Brandon J. Simmons; 0:34 Intro; 2:26 "Wealth Management" by Scot Augustson; 16:31 "Sonnet - To Science" by Edgar Allan Poe; 17:57 "Misfit Moon" by Lisa Halpern; 32:00 "Costume" written and performed by Daemond Arrindell; 35:09 "The Owl Who Was God" by James Thurber, adapted by Leslie Law; 41:11 Pratidhwani; 45:57 "The Real Bird Of The City Theater" by Brandon J. Simmons; 1:00:12 "On The Subject Of Transformation" written and performed by Daemond Arrindell; 1:02:53 "Come Together" by Lennon/McCartnery, featuring Jose "Juicy" Gonzales (piano and vocals), Dave Marriott (trombone), Chris Monroe (drums), Dave Pascal (Bass); 1:07:30 "The Little Girl And The Wolf" by James Thurber adapted by Leslie Law; Robert McPherson "The "The Drunken Tenor" with Jeff Caldwell, piano; 1:17:13 "Doc and Mercer's Mostly True History Of Seattle: Mooching Totality" by Elizabeth Heffron; Visit sandboxradio.org for a complete list of performers and credits for this and prior episodes. Music Direction and original music by Jose 'Juicy' Gonzales; Engineered by Max Langley, Recorded by Brian Moynihan, Podcast Mixed by Dave Pascal; Produced and Directed by Leslie Law and Richard Ziman; Stage Managers: Elisabeth Burton, Susy Butler, Teresa Micheletti; become a sustaining donor by making a small monthly donation and get cool perks through Patreon http://www.patreon.com/sandboxradio; Make a tax deductible donation to support Sandbox Radio at www.sandboxradio.org; Sandbox Radio is supported in part by The Seattle Mayor's Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs and 4Culture
Rated 5 out of
This show never fails to entertain me. Riveting and fun!
Date published: 2013-12-30