Tom Cherry's Old Time Radio Show hit the road on March 31 and performed in Foundation Hall at the Marquette Retirement Community in Indianapolis! In front of a rather sizable crowd (Nearly a hundred or so), we recreated a classic script from Fibber McGee and Molly and then we introduced our attentive audience to The Happy Hoppy Hopper Show and The Mayor of Farmland. Jerry and Judy Cole sang a bit and then we had one of our best contestants on It Pays to Be Ignorant basically steal the show away from us (Thank you, Ethel Booth, for allowing us to take it back!). It was a great experience and I think everyone enjoyed themselves. I know I certainly did!
Thanks to Marilyn Martin and Casey Wente for their kindness and care as they opened their wonderful facility to us! And more thanks to our wonderful cast and crew (Wendy Carpenter, Sean Heline, Gabe Carpenter, Bob Green, Katy Wolfe, Jerry and Judy Cole, and Lindsey Cox) for creating another hour of pure radio fun! They truly are the best, folks, and it's always an honor to be in their company!
Hopefully we'll have more opportunities to take the show on the road in the near future! I'm already looking forward to it!
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