November 23, 2009

The Red Road hits the airwaves

A posting from Arigon Starr on Facebook:

The Red Road Hits The Airwaves!Hey y'all:

I'm so excited to let folks know that my one-woman stage play "The Red Road" has been adapted for radio. The folks at the Native Radio Theater and Native Voices at the Autry brought together a fantastic crew including live sound effects artist Tony Palermo and award-winning BBC director/producer Dirk Maggs to the Nebraska Education Television Studios back in July 2009. Under the kind guidance of directors Randy Reinholz and Dirk Maggs, lovely Jean Bruce Scott, my pals at NAPT (Shirley Sneve, Eric Martin, George Lee, John Gregg), plus the amazing Wacky Productions' CEO/Producer Janet Miner--"The Red Road" is now a radio play! Woot-woot-yeah!

The show has already aired on KUNM-FM in Albuquerque/Santa Fe and on KRGS-FM in Claremore/Tulsa. More airdates are being added and I'll make sure you know about them as I get them.
Comment:  For more on the subject, see The Red Road on the Radio.

Below:  "Backstage at the NET in Lincoln. I had to get Desmond Tsinajinnie's voice just right....AAAY!"

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