COPAKE — The Two Of Us Productions, the award winning theater company based in Columbia County NY, is pleased to present virtual-live staged reading of two exciting radio dramas: The Face of Death featuring The Shadow; and Suspense Theater’s The Whole Town Is Sleeping. This performance, the fourteenth in their Virtual Live-Staged Reading Series, is being presented on Saturday evening October 17th, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. in collaboration with Friends Of The Copake Grange
In The Face Of Death – Lamont Cranston (a.k.a. The Shadow) meets two friends, George Adams & Ralph Baker along with their acquaintances Lucy & Helen at the local club after dinner. After the ladies leave Cranston pulls Adams aside to ask why he seems so preoccupied & is shocked to hear that Adams is afraid that Medusa will turn him to stone if he doesn’t pay the ransom she demands!
In Suspense Theater’s The Whole Town Is Sleeping we meet Miss Lavinia Nebbs, who is going to the moving pictures tonight with her friends Francine & Helen. They are all concerned with two recent murders in their quiet town, but still walk across the dark ravine’s bridge to get to the theater. It is on the path through the ravine that they find the dead body of the third victim of “The Lonely One”.
To learn the rest of these thrilling stories you’ll have to R.S.V.P to www.TheTwoOfUsProductions.org and then see these thrilling dramas in the comfort of your own home on Saturday night October 17th, 2020.
The Face of Death and The Whole Town Is Sleeping will be performed as a live-virtual staged reading on Saturday October 17th, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. Hurry to R.S.V.P and get your access code by visiting www.TheTwoOfUsProductions.org . This performance is free to the public, donations are gratefully accepted.
The Two Of Us Productions is well known throughout the Hudson Valley for presenting quality theater, both musicals and dramas. Their recent productions of Sweeney Todd, Young Frankenstein, Deathtrap, Chicago, Les Miserables, next to normal, Mamma Mia! and Jesus Christ Superstar were all recognized by the Theatre Association of NYS with multiple awards, including outstanding work by the company & outstanding performance by the orchestra. Reviews of their recent virtual staged-readings of three Arthur Miller scripts; All My Sons, Broken Glass, and an adaption of An Enemy Of The People; will appear in upcoming editions of The Arthur Miller Journal.