From Orson Welles and the thrilling Mercury Theatre broadcasts of the 1930’s to Guy Noir and the hilarity of A Prairie Home Companion, the radio play has been one of America’s most beloved art forms. Arts Garage Radio Theatre adapts scripts from classic movies during the heyday of radio perform them live utilizing specially designed sound effect devices, providing a nostalgic trip to the past with a modern twist.
The latest installment, Casablanca, retells the timeless story of lovers torn apart by war and personal sacrifice and is as exciting and moving today as it was in the 1940’s. Everybody comes to Rick’s Café in Casablanca – including the woman he loved and lost in Paris. Come “play it again” at Arts Garage in this thrilling live adaptation.