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Willamette Radio Workshop - "UFO in PDX"

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the marvelous Willamette Radio Workshop.
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Straight from the annual sold-out UFO Festival show in McMinnville,
here are thrilling tales from H.G Wells , Ernest Kinoy & Terry Bisson.

From the far horizons of the unknown come transcribed tales of new dimensions in time and space. These are stories of the future, adventures in which you’ll live in a million could-be years
on a thousand maybe worlds.


Thrill to these classic radio adventures:

The Anachronic Man (The Original Dr. Who) - by H.G. Wells
This story started out as a precursor to The Time Machine, but our award winning adapter Cindy McGean found another sci-fi masterwork that must have been inspired by this short story. The current political climate leads us to re-think how we treat aliens and all people who seem different. Prejudice leads to violence, and intolerance leads to a loss of hope for our present and future selves.

The Martian Death March - by Ernest Kinoy
This X-Minus One adventure is the story of mankind’s inhumanity to Martians. An allegory of the westward expansion, and the mistreatment of the Native Americans: the story focuses on the death march of the Martians in 1997: of how the spider-beings have escaped from the reservations, and are making their way home to the mountains. Looking at this story through the prism of the future on another planet, we can see our own inhumanity a little clearer right here on Earth.

This years cast includes:
Patricia Blem, Todd Tolces, Scott Jamieson, Toni Lima, Sam A. Mowry

Live Foley artisans creating entire worlds for the ear to hear.

Live Foley artisans creating entire worlds for the ear to hear.

6:30 Doors - 7:00pm Curtain - Treats & Spirits by Pacific Pie

The evening runs 75 minutes.
The suggested admission price is $10.00.
Reservations are a good idea, but we’ll seat everyone who arrives for this spooky delight.

Earlier Event: September 21
Creative Path Walk: Lifelong Learning
Later Event: October 5
Resonance Ensemble: "Beautiful Minds"