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Last night from home, I decided to take in the full experience of The Old Time Radio Theatre presented by No More Radio. I plugged it into the stereo at home and I let it rip. Organ included.

Beer in hand and ready to tweet, I tuned in like people use to do back in the day (fo’ real). When all you had was your imagination to make the day go by. Think about it. Like reading a book, radio was there to entertain you but seeing that every one is different, no one has the exact same experience.

I have to say that the sound was quite crisp and clean. The sound effects were on cue and the music…. The music was perfect. From the little bit of jazz at the beginning, the organ player was superb and the strings from the Maltese Falcon were beautiful. It was nice to turn off the tube and give the ears a treat without headphones. So who were the voices behind this production?

From No More Radio, during show

From No More Radio, during show

Under the voice direction of Andrew Gryn, here were the actors:

Jason McCullough
Tessa Brown
Paul Kininmonth
Dan Derkson
George Mouggias

Two stories were told. “Quiet! Murder” and “The Maltese Falcon” Two wonderful stories and great voice acting to back it up. Dan Derkson, a man with so many faces. A comic, an improviser, an actor even a singer. His presence  and commitment to his craft is undeniable.

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President and Co-Founder of The Mob's Press, Jo loves to laugh, click her mouse and is addicted to social media. Through blogging she has found a passion for all things online and was able to turn that into her 1st business called JJ's Press. From that success launched The Mob's Press. You always know when she's at a comedy show because you'll hear her laughing out loud.

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