KC Fringe 2018: Right Between the Ears

For Immediate Release
Sci-fi spoof premieres at the KC Fringe Festival
Rex Dexter of Mars combines comic book characters, topical comedy and out of this world adventure in an epic radio play.
KANSAS CITY, MO – Take one part Guardians of the Galaxy, one part Monty Python, add a pinch of Buck Rogers, stir in some topical comedy – and the result is Rex Dexter of Mars, a new radio theatre production by Right Between the Ears, premiering July 21 at the 2018 KC Fringe Festival.
Written by Darrell Brogdon, Rex Dexter of Mars is based on a forgotten comic book character created in 1939 by Dick Briefer. For this 2018 re-imagination, interplanetary adventurer Rex Dexter – the first human born on Mars – is summoned to save the Earth from a runaway planet. Along the way Rex and his Martian gal pal Cynda tangle with mad scientists, killer robots, giant blobs, exploding planets and Donald Trump.
Staged as an episode of a 1930s radio serial, Rex Dexter of Mars will feature live sound effects – from squishy blob sounds to ray guns – and a symphonic score. The cast includes Michael Quentin Foster, Brie Henderson, David Martin, Jason Miller and Jerry Nevins. Sound effects will be performed on stage by Mary Ellen Kriegh.
Show times/dates at City Stage, Union Station are:
Saturday, July 21 – 10:30pm
Sunday, July 22 – 3:00pm
Thursday, July 26 – 9:00pm
Friday, July 27 – 7:30pm
Saturday, July 28 – 6:00pm
Tickets are $10 with a $5 Fringe button. Tickets on sale at http://kcfringe.org and athttp://www.rightbetweentheears.com.
Tickets and buttons will also be available at the venue 30 minutes prior to each performance.
Tickets are $10 w/a $5 Fringe button. Tickets are on sale at http://kcfringe.org and at http://www.rightbetweentheears.com.
Tickets and buttons will also be available at City Stage 30 minutes prior to each performance.
Rex Dexter of Mars Trailer
Right Between the Ears has been creating award-winning radio theatre since 1985. The RBTE sketch comedy series, which ended production last year after 32 years, just received a Mark Time Award as Best Comedy Show.

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