Live Radio Play


It’s a Wonderful Life-Live Radio Play at Kenyon Hall

No man is a failure who has friends.

Although Lou Mager, the former organist supremo and producer at Kenyon Hall, is no longer with us, having passed away during the pandemic and 12th Night Productions has closed down; nevertheless, the new producers at West Seattle’s Kenyon Hall, have carried on the Christmas tradition of presenting a live radio play of “It’s a Wonderful Life.


It’s a Wonderful Life- Live Radio Play

George Bailey finally Learns that when a Door Closes a Window Opens.

Produced by one of Seattle’s best kept secrets, West Seattle’s Twelfth Night Productions, a live radio play version of the classic Christmas movie It’s a Wonderful Life has just opened up at Kenyon Hall. Unlike many Christmas shows of the sentimental variety, which have implausible happy endings and are devoid of serious content, It’s a Wonderful Life has always intrigued me because of its layers of cultural and historical nuances as well as its entertaining wisdom.


Story & Song

History in the making by Seattle Storyteller Bret Fetzer

In 1974, Garrison Keillor and Minnesota Public radio debuted A Prairie Home Companion, in an auditorium at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota with only 12 people in the audience…the rest is history. On Tuesday, Feb 4, Annex Theatre and Bret Fetzer, opened Story & Song, a storytelling program; in 10 or 15 year we will probably be saying the same thing about him.

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