The Golden Age of Radio

Thursday, February 8 2018


UCBT East Village

153 East 3rd St, New York, NY 10009

Performers bring back some classic Valentine's Day love stories, without the FCC breathing down their necks!


(Plus $1.50/ticket transaction fee)

×1 ticket = $5

There will be a standby line for this show

The 1940s were a simpler time. Mt. Rushmore was finished, Jackie Robinson became the first African-American to play Major League Baseball, and department stores started selling Tupperware.
What’s more, radio was the number one form of entertainment in houses that didn’t have TVs. Eighty years later, the Golden Age of Radio is back and more relevant than ever.
With the help of a live band and special guests, the cast of The Golden Age of Radio will improvise old-fashion radio plays based off of an audience suggestion.
Experience radio the way it was meant to be heard: with your eyes.
Created by Liz Noth, Rudy Behrens, and Mark Dowling