'Vintage Voice' radio players perform on Huntley Community Radio

  • The 2019-20 Radio Players on "Vintage Voices" features Sun City residents: seated, from left, announcer Ed Dennis, director Jan Dennis, Cynthia Church and founder Myron Shellist; second row, Sarah Elam, Karen Stipes, Judy Stage, Joanne Daubner and Bonnie Saban; third row, Donna Strang, Maxine Baratz, Mary Lou Chamberlain, Jan Bockemeyer, Gail Patterson, Ed Gordon, Joanne Clevenger and Jim Rice; and back row, Jim Uszler, John Lindblom, Alan Scott, Joyce Scott, Loren Argall (sound effects/music), Russ Howard, Don Childers, Del Smith, Tom Webster, and David Strang.

    The 2019-20 Radio Players on "Vintage Voices" features Sun City residents: seated, from left, announcer Ed Dennis, director Jan Dennis, Cynthia Church and founder Myron Shellist; second row, Sarah Elam, Karen Stipes, Judy Stage, Joanne Daubner and Bonnie Saban; third row, Donna Strang, Maxine Baratz, Mary Lou Chamberlain, Jan Bockemeyer, Gail Patterson, Ed Gordon, Joanne Clevenger and Jim Rice; and back row, Jim Uszler, John Lindblom, Alan Scott, Joyce Scott, Loren Argall (sound effects/music), Russ Howard, Don Childers, Del Smith, Tom Webster, and David Strang. Courtesy of Jeff Stipes

 
Submitted by Janette Dennis
Posted5/13/2019 10:27 PM

Since April 2016, the Theatre Company of Sun City's Radio Players have performed classic plays from original scripts on Huntley Community Radio, 101.5 FM.

"Vintage Voices" airs at 11 a.m. on Sundays and 12:30 p.m. Wednesdays.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The actors have performed detective series episodes including "The Thin Man," "Boston Blackie," "Dragnet" and "Sherlock Holmes."

Beginning in September, they will present comedy episodes from "Our Miss Brooks" and "My Friend Irma."

The group's website is HuntleyRadio.com/hcr/vintage-voices.

Each show is about 27 minutes long.

Past shows may be heard online on demand.

Follow Huntley Community Radio, 101.5 FM at www.facebook.com/HuntleyRadio/.

Huntley Community Radio began its operation as an Internet radio station in late summer 2012. With approval from the Federal Communications Commission, it has expanded its operation to broadcast as a low-power FM station to the Huntley community. Regular daytime programming consists of local news, sports, and weather; programs focusing on community development and services; education; health; recreation; civic activities and events; and business development and interests.