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Sat, Feb 3rd

Open to the Public – Free Admission
From 2:00 – 4:00 PM

Rocky Jordan ( Live Stage Performance ) followed by live special guest –
Jean Sherrard (writer, actor, videographer; founder and artistic director of Globe Repertory Theater).   Jean’s radio productions ran on NPR stations.

St. John United Lutheran Church  5515 Phinney Ave N Seattle, WA 98103

Further details

In the Golden Age of Radio, luminaries of American Comedy–e.g. Lucille Ball, Eve Arden, Marie Wilson–created characters that entertained millions, and, developed programming models that were the blueprint of modern entertainment.

In programs like, “My Favorite Husband“, “Our Miss Brooks” and “My Friend Irma“, pioneers such as Lucy, Eve and Marie, took center stage in a new medium and brought characters to life that grew and developed over time and across radio, TV & film.

On Sat., Feb. 242018, two of today’s brightest Comediennes, Amy Miller and Emma Arnold, will use their comic talents to bring those hilarious programs to life in full-cast performances of comic masterpieces from radio’s Golden Age.

Erickson Theater off Broadway

Further details and Tickets


Join us in sharing the fun as we seek to preserve and protect the classic shows of the past, and to seek the best of audio entertainment today ! If you do remember the golden age of radio, you may recall a time when the room may have been illuminated only by the light of the radio dial and coming from the loudspeaker a good mystery with Sherlock Holmes or a great radio spine-tingling thriller with the likes of the ever popular radio classics Escape and Suspense!  Hear great stories like The Time Machine or The Invisible Man by HG Wells, or Three Skeleton Key – where three men are trapped in a lighthouse surrounded by thousands of rats who are trying to claw their way in!  If this is too intense for you, you may prefer the legendary comedians who had the most popular shows on radio and you can hear their hilarious shows today — Jack Benny, Fred Allen, Edgar Bergen,  Bob Hope, Abbott and Costello and others.
Listen in and explore a whole new world of audio entertainment.



Oct 21, 2017 -   REPS will present a re-creation of The Mercury Theatre’s presentation of H.G. Wells’ “The War of the Worlds,” originally produced by John Houseman and directed by Orson Welles.
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A look Back at Super Saturday: REPS' Visit with Superheroes

Sept 9th, 2017 -  Last Saturday afternoon REPS presented a terrific program to launch the 2017-2018 REPS regular season. The two hour affair centered on exploring the media origins of four iconic superheroes
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Sept 9th, 2017 -   The Green Hornet will be featured at the upcoming "How Superheroes Escaped Their Pages" where historian Karl Frunz will feature some origin information and REPS will screen the complete and unedited first chapter of the Green Hornet movie serial released by Universal in 1940.
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Sep 9, 2017 - Historian, Karl Frunz will explore the origins and media debut of The Green Hornet, The Blue Beetle, Superman and Batman featuring live radio performances, a thrilling movie serial and more
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Saturday With Pat O'Day - JUNE 3rd

June 3rd, 2017 -   Pacific Northwest Legend Pat O’Day dropped by the Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound for an afternoon conversation sharing fascinating stores of his life at KJR radio and in concert promotion.

Zany Marx brothers humor followed by a conversation with Groucho's grandson, Steve Marx.

March 11th, 2017 -  Did you remember to Marx your calendar for March 11th and join REPS for a performance of Flywheel, Shyster and Flywheel followed by a conversation with Steve Marx (Groucho’s grandson)?


Dec 3, 2016 -  One wonderful afternoon beginning with a Holiday Potluck at 1pm followed by a Holiday performance of It's A Wonderful Life -Radio Drama at 2:15 PM. A Captivating and heartwarming story featuring all of your favorite characters.

Behind the Scenes - The Halloween Trilogy

Oct 15, 2016 -  Excellent spooky Halloween Audio drama performed live. The three stories in the trilogy were each different in their own right but while different in style and content, each had you on the edge of your seat waiting for the gripping climax.

October Program - Halloween Trilogy Starring Tommy Cook 10/15

Oct 15, 2016 -  Spooky live audio drama, performed before a studio audience, and featuring an excellent cast and live sound effects. The thrills and chills begin at 2pm!
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September Program - Pearl Harbor 75 Years Later 9/10

Presented by John Jensen, historian and former Radio Station Broadcaster .  Through rare audio and video clips you'll see and hear the intrigue that led up to those turbulent days.
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