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Drama Department Radio Performances

 
 
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PCS Drama Department Radio Performances
Fall 2020

 

Watch this performance anytime! Click the image to link to the radio show.

Artwork by students of the plays


Agatha Christie's Poirot: The Case of the Careless Victim features Christie's famous detective, Hercule Poirot, as he attempts to solve a case. Poirot is a smart and quirky man whose powers of deduction will leave you spellbound.

Hall of Fantasy: The Shadow People is a thrilling and spine-tingling tale about a family who discovers people lurking in the shadows. How will they handle these shadow people? Tune in to find out! (Parents note: this play is a little more suspenseful and scary than the others. Parental guidance recommended).

Watch this performance anytime! Click the image to link to the radio show.

Artwork poster of the two radio dramas


Little Orphan Annie: Annie's Birthday Surprise
was a very popular radio show in the 1930s that featured Annie and her dog Sandy, along with her adopted father Daddy Warbucks. 

The Lone Ranger Episode #1
The Lone Ranger is a classic tale of the old west. The Ranger was a popular character. This creative retelling of the classic tale is told by an all-female cast.

Gangbusters: The Eddie Doll Case
Gangbusters was an American dramatic radio program heralded as "the only national program that brings you authentic police case histories."  The series dramatized FBI cases, which producer-director Phillips H. Lord arranged in close association with Bureau director J. Edgar Hoover. Hoover insisted that only closed cases would be used. 

Watch this performance anytime! Click the image to link to the radio show.Two posters of the two radio dramas

The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde, is a radio dramatization of Oscar Wilde's famous story by the same name. In this story, the mysterious Canterville Ghost causes all sorts of mischief in the Canterville home and the Otis family, who just purchased the house, must figure out how to stop the ghost's antics.

Suspense: Cabin B-13 by John Dickson Carr, is a mystery adventure in which things are not always what they seem. Newly married Anne and Richard Brewster board a ship headed out on their honeymoon, but almost immediately things start to get strange and Richard disappears. Anne is forced to try to solve the mystery of Cabin B-13 to figure out what happened to her husband.

Watch this performance anytime! Click the image to link to the radio show.Poster of the two radio drama mysteries

 

Haunt Me a House by Mary McSkiving & Ralph Hunter, is a comedic tale about a couple who has been tasked with trying to sell an old house, only to find out that it may be haunted. Strange sounds and unusual occurrences keep the couple on their toes as they try to solve the mystery.

The Scrap of Lace by Lee Wright & John A. Bassett, is about Madame Rosika Storey and her attempts to solve a crime. In a time when female detectives are rare, Madame Storey must use her powers of deduction to solve a rather unusual mystery.