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Bravo, the radio play: War of the Worlds

Saturday, June 1, 20224. Silent auction at 6:30, show at 8:00
Bravo 2024 “War of the Worlds” has been postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.  The new date is Sunday, November 30 at 2:00pm
Pie and coffee included at intermission

Come with us and step back in time. It was the night of October 30, 1938, and millions of listeners were tuned in to the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) to listen to their weekly drama series. The show was called ‘Mercury Theatre on the Air’, led by the brilliant Orson Welles. Who dared to transform H.G. Wells’s timeless classic into a radio sensation that would echo through history. And forever be remembered as a cautionary tale of the consequences of blurring the lines between reality and fiction.

🌟 What’s the Buzz?
Listeners tuned in to hear about a meteorite landing in the small town, only to soon discover that it was actually an alien spacecraft from Mars. Fake News or Real Threat?: The play was presented as a series of news reports about a Martian invasion of Earth. Panic quickly spread among the listeners as they believed that the events were actually happening.

Orson Welles: The 23-year-old rising star in the world of radio and theater. A true prodigy behind the mic, orchestrating chaos and captivating millions.

🔥 Why You Can’t Miss It:
Heart-Pounding Drama: Gripping performances, eerie sound effects, and a ticking clock—your pulse won’t stand a chance!

Historical Impact: Witness the birth of viral media. Welles’s accidental yet ground-breaking moment in the history of radio and media was a masterpiece and became a legend.


by Michael Grant, directed by Rob Blowey
October 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27, Nov 1, 2

Hamish, by award-winning Canadian playwright Michael Grant, is the hilarious story about discovering the spirit of family… in more ways than one.

When his wife takes him to Scotland to visit his ancestral home, Gordon believes himself to be an orphan, bereft of any family traditions or obligations. An ambitious corporate lawyer, he has no interest in delving into the long-dead past, never mind donning a kilt. Or does he? When the old clan property is suddenly threatened by developers, he must decide whether to stake his claim as a descendent or abandon his birthright altogether.