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This episode was produced as a final project by my advanced theatre class.  It was directed and edited by Joseph Tevault, with additional editing by Roman Winslow.  It stars Joseph Tevault, Koral Jackson, Nicholaus Sandner, Emmie Beckler, and Lynsey Walrod.  All foley sound effects were designed and recorded by the class.  We hope you enjoy!

This comedy classic first aired on New Years Eve, 1947.  M-CHS Drama enjoyed recreating the quirky characters, the Maxwell House Coffee commercials, and even the laugh tracks of this episode of one of the finest comedy duos to ever grace the radio waves (pun intended).  We hope you enjoy!

Originally aired in 1947, this Christmas classic is recreated by the M-CHS Drama Dept, while doing school online due to COVID.  This one was a bit more challenging since we couldn't be together in person to record, but we were excited to spread some Christmas spirit!  We at M-CHS Drama believe in Santa Claus!

M-CHS Drama radio is proud to present a student-written adaptation of “War of the Worlds” by H.G. Wells.  On October 30, 1938, Orson Welles and the Mercury Theatre on the Air produced a broadcast that would go down in history because of the mass panic it caused among its audiences.  M-CHS Drama radio has taken on the challenge of writing our own adaptation of the classic broadcast, modernizing it and bringing it closer to home.

M-CHS Drama is proud to present a series of classic radio dramas, stories of a past generation told by the voices of the next generation.  This week, join us as we return listeners to the first sci-fi radio show, "Buck Rogers." 

M-CHS Drama invites you to relive the past as we bring the theatre to you wherever you are.    

M-CHS Drama is proud to present a series of classic radio dramas, stories of a past generation told by the voices of the next generation.  This week, join us as we return listeners to the dark and sinister world of crime and justice in “The Shadow.”

M-CHS Drama invites you to relive the past as we bring the theatre to you wherever you are.    

M-CHS Drama is proud to present a series of classic radio dramas, stories of a past generation told by the voices of the next generation.  This week, join us as we return listeners to the wild west with Marshall Matt Dillon in “Gunsmoke.” 

M-CHS Drama invites you to relive the past as we bring the theatre to you wherever you are.    

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