“It’s a Wonderful Life” – Angels and dreamers, friendship and commitment, all on air! July 5 – 20, 2019.

 

Electric performances delivered on a winters night in the studio of radio station WBFR, New York

It’s a Wonderful Life [A live radio play]

By Joe Landry – directed by Terese Maurici.

This is the tale of George Bailey – a man who’d given up his own dreams in order to help others. He plans to commit suicide on Christmas Eve but his guardian angel, Clarence Odbody, appears and intervenes. Clarence shows him all the lives he, George, has touched and how very different life in his Bedford Falls community would be if George had never been born.

Inspired by the classic American film starring James Stewart, this production is performed 1940s live radio style with a studio audience. A fully immersive experience that will have you leaving the theatre full of love and joy.

(Text by Chris McLean – HTC Posters & Programme).

Heidelberg Theatre Company, 36 Turnham Avenue, Rosanna, Melbourne VIC Australia.

Follow the links below to view photos of HTC’s production of It’s a Wonderful life.  (Images by Dave Belton)

It’s a Wonderful Life – Foyer Selection →
It’s a Wonderful Life – Rehearsal →
It’s a Wonderful Life – Early Rehearsal →
It’s a Wonderful Life – Set Build →
It’s a Wonderful Life – Cast →

Heidelberg Theatre Web Site & On-line ticket sales →

 

 

 

 

Creative Commons License

These photographic works and linked galleries by David Belton are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Based on work from www.scriptandstage.com , and links therein.

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