A New Year's adventure in 'Time'
Stageloft 'radio drama' helps fund food pantry
December 27, 2009
STURBRIDGE — Remember those old-time radio dramas?
Most of us don't, since we're too young.
But that's not the point of Stageloft Theater's New Year's Eve performance of the H.G. Wells classic "The Time Machine," which will be on stage, but as if the crowd were in an old radio studio. The point, artistic director Ed Cornely said, is simply to have some fun and raise some money for the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry at St. Anne's Church.
"We try to encourage people to listen, but not always look at the sound effects," he said. "You'll get more immersed in the show if you sort of 'zone out.'"
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