Friday, October 03, 2008

Wildclaw Deathscribe Horror Radio Theatre on Monday Oct 6th!

WildClaw Theatre's First Annual

Ten Minutes of Terror Radio Play Festival.

WildClaw Theatre, Chicago's Horror Theatre Company, proudly announces DEATHSCRIBE: Ten Minutes of Terror Radio Play Festival, Monday October 6th, 8:00pm at the Music Box Theatre, 3733 N. Southport Ave, Chicago IL. Hosted by WildClaw's own Aaron "Dr. AC" Christensen, this evening of spine-tingling original radio dramas, performed by renowned Chicago actors, dueling foley sound effects artists, special guests, and a live band in the historic Music Box Theatre, guarantees a uniquely satisfying evening for horror and theatre fans alike.

Admission to this one night only evening is $15 if purchased in advance through our website ( or $20 at the door, with group and student prices available.

The Plays:
"A Crying Shame", by Doug Lamoreux
"The Friend", by Jenn Udoni
"Transmission Unknown", by Charles M. Kline
"Dark and Stormy", by Albert Gerber
"Career Day", by
Chris Hainsworth

The Directors:
Jeff Christian (Seanachai Theatre, The Shakespeare Project)

Don Hall (Founding Director, WNEP Theater)
Adam Kozlowski (Lifeline Theatre, WildClaw Theatre )
Tom Mula (Award-winning Chicago playwright, actor, director, and best-selling author)
Lindsay Porter (Running With Scissors, Live Bait)

The Festival Jury:
Anne Adams (Casting Director, WildClaw Theatre)
Tony Akins
(Comic Book Illustrator, Jack of FablesPapa Midnight)

Mort Castle (Horror Author/Columbia College Faculty Member)
Nick Digilio (WGN Radio, Factory Theatre)
Adam Rockoff (Author, Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film)
Steve Scott
(Associate Producer, Goodman Theatre)
Russ Tutterow (Artistic Director, Chicago Dramatists)

The Aural Assault Team:
David Sohl and Scott Tallarida (Live and Electronic Foley Sound f/x)
Seeking Wonderland (Music)

Plus a superstar cast of Chicago's finest performers! Special guests! Prizes! Surprises!
ONE NIGHT ONLY – don't miss it!

DEATHSCRIBE kicks off WildClaw's thrilling 2008-09 theatrical season. The season continues with H.P. Lovecraft's "The Dreams in the Witch House" in November, and the premiere of Scott T. Barsotti's "The Revenants" next spring. For tickets or more information, please visit

The Music Box Theatre ( is near all forms of public transportation and is wheelchair accessible. Neighborhood parking is limited. Please allow extra time when arriving by car.

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