“The Voice From the Other Side,” An Original Story of the Strange and Supernatural
The Cast of “The Voice From the Other Side” – Victor Raider-Wexler, Jerry Mañan, Kitty Corum, Coleman Crenshaw, and Walter Coppage
Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre premieres another original story this week with “The Voice From the Other Side,” where the struggling writer of a 1940’s family radio show is mystified when his episodes start being interrupted with strange dialog he didn’t write. Desperate for answers, he searches for the source of the mysterious interjections.
This exciting original story by Jerry Mañan and Kitty Corum is in the spirit of the classic “Suspense” Series and is part Orson Welles, part Twilight Zone!
Airing on KKFI 90.1 FM at noon on Friday in Kansas City and available for download everywhere 24/7 after broadcast!
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Featuring Jerry Mañan, Kitty Corum, Coleman Crenshaw, Walter Coppage, Victor Raider-Wexler, Drew Squire, and Emma Andrews. Written by Kitty Corum and Jerry Mañan. Directed by John Rensenhouse with Sound Design by Thomas Newby and Sound Supervision by Mary Robinson.
You can also catch up and listen to all episodes online after broadcast on our podcast page, website, our KKFI Program page or wherever you get your podcasts 24/7! Tune in to KKFI 90.1 FM (or stream online) on Fridays at noon to hear this and all other new episodes of Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre.
Kansas City Actors Theatre is holding our first-ever young writers script-writing contest, Amplify! This first round of Amplify is focused mainly on BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Person of Color) writers at the high school and college level. We’re looking for 15-minute radio scripts to be produced for Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre, complete with a cash prize for winners and runners-up. High school-level and college-level submissions will be considered in separate categories and submissions are due by February 28th!
So, get writing or help spread the word! More entries means more potential winners!
Supporting KCAT and the CARES Act in 2021
Like any of the many non-profit arts organizations that have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, KCAT needs your financial support if you’re able to give it.
What you may not know is that newly-passed government stimulus also extends the tax benefits of the CARES Act into 2021! When you donate any amount (up to $300 in total donations for individuals, and up to $600 for those filing jointly), you will be eligible to claim a deduction of equal amount in addition to the standard deduction. For our donors who itemize, there are even greater potential benefits. As always, please speak to your tax advisor for details.