One of the "7 best things to do in New Jersey." The Star Ledger"Family friendly, guerrilla theater..." The New York Times
"A cross between a medieval pageant wagon and a Kraftwerk concert..." Kyle Hartzwell, Recording Operations Specialist for NPR's Story Corps
|Danielle as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz|
Raconteur Radio stages theatrical presentations of vintage radio plays, classic works of literature, and pop culture parodies for live audiences in a variety of venues throughout the Tri-State area: libraries, adult communities, senior centers, community/cultural centers, restaurants, bars, high schools, grammar schools, and, on occasion, private homes.
Raconteur Radio productions are staged around (and amplified by) an art deco "fat boy" and feature theatrical lighting, period costumes, vintage commercials, Golden Age radio equipment, and extensive sound effects. Productions require an 8' X 8' cleared space at the head of a room that can ideally go dark, easy access to an electrical outlet, four or five chairs, and a minimum of twenty minutes to set up.
|Michael Jarmus as Starbuck and Laurence Mintz as Ahab in Moby Dick; Or the Whale at Crossroads Theater.|
|Michael Jarmus, Laurence Mintz, and Thom Boyer in The War of the Worlds at the Morristown Library.|
To book a performance by Raconteur Radio, please contact email@example.com. Clients may select any play from our "Title Menu." In certain instances, clients may also suggest titles themselves (to meet specific thematic or seasonal needs).