THE KWPA OLD TIME RADIO LIVE ON STAGE

at Fort Casey, Whidbey Island, Washington

was a

RESOUNDING SUCCESS!

Carolyn and Rich Tamler of Greenbank rehearse as legendary Fibber McGee and Molly as part of “Old Time Radio — Live on Stage” - Courtesy photo

Thanks to all who attended in support of Whidbey Island’s public community radio station KWPA!

The house was full for both the 3pm and the 7pm performances at Fort Casey.  Audience members came out for intermission with big smiles on their faces, and returned eager for more from the second act at afternoon and evening shows!

THANKS to the two ladies who drove all the way from Shoreline to see the show!

Comments from the audience were 100% positive!  The volunteers who took tickets, gave out programs and directed people to their seats heard nothing but compliments about the show, as guests departed after both acts of each performance.  The music was wonderful, the actors, foley artists (sound makers for radio), costumes, hats and hair styles were all spot on!

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~~ CHEERS AROUND YOUR EARS ~~

and

CONGRATULATIONS

to

THE KWPA BOARD of DIRECTORS, MEMBERS and VOLUNTEERS,

HARRY ANDERSON and WILLIAM BELL – EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS,

DIRECTOR – ELIZABETH HERBERT

 THE CAST and CREW

and

SOUND and RECORDING TECHNICIANS  –  BRIAN OLSEN, TOM LAURENSON and BARRY RIX,

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KWPA’S “OLD TIME RADIO LIVE ON STAGE EVENT”! – IF YOU MISSED IT – SEE YOU AT THE NEXT ONE!  SURE TO BE ANOTHER SMASHING KWPA RADIO SUCCESS!

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Many THANKS to the show ~ SPONSORS

ALLSTATE INSURANCE OF OAK HARBOR AND MATT IVERSON, FRONT STREET REALITY AND JANET BURCHFIELD, THE HONEY BEAR AND KARLA MACKINTOSH,WHIDBEY ISLAND BANK

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Special Thanks to those who supported this event through signage needs, ticket sale venues, food for the cast and crew, and general effort to the benefit to the show and KWPA; Tree-Top Bakers in Clinton, Local Grown in Coupeville, Symbols and Signs in Langley, The Bay Leaf in Coupeville and Oak Harbor, Moonraker Books in Langley, Book Bay in Freeland, Susan Vanderbeek and Joe Frackler.

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Thanks to the Lions Club of Coupeville for providing parking and logistical support to our guests upon arrival and departure.

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Recordings of KWPA’s OLD TIME RADIO LIVE ON STAGE will air on KWPA in the near future.

Best wishes to KWPA!  Here’s to a happy and live future – informing and entertaining Whidbey Island and world beyond!

Listen to KWPA from your FM dial at 96.9 in Central Whidbey or stream from your computer – anywhere on the island and in the world from the KWPA website.