041. SmorgShow Theater: A Christmas Carol


This week we devote the entire episode to our latest radio play production, “A Christmas Carol”, by Charles Dickens.   It is a relatively faithful rendition of the original story, shortened to around 45 minutes in order to keep in line with our usual show length.  We brought in a large cast of actors to play the many characters of the classic story.   This was by far our most ambitious production which would not have been possible to pull together if we had not previously done the other old-time radio dramas from our earlier episodes, like “Sorry, Wrong Number”, “On a Country Road”, and “The Sisters”.     We had a great time over the past couple weeks preparing, directing, and producing this show.   We really hope you enjoy the final outcome of it.

We would like to thank all the people who made this recording possible, some of whom even braved the nasty winter weather by making the long journey to our studio to lay down their tracks.   We also want to thank our loyal listeners for making 2010 a very memorable year for us as we brought you our new weekly podcast of the SmorgShow.   It has been a very rewarding year and we look forward to doing more of it in 2011.    Merry Christmas to all and ‘May God Bless Us Every One!’

3 thoughts on “041. SmorgShow Theater: A Christmas Carol

  1. Thanks everyone for all your hard work! This was fun! <3
    Hope ya guys like it. 🙂

  2. hey.

    i haven’t listened yet.

    but i am one of people in it….so i have already heard a lot of it.


    1. You haven’t really heard it until you have heard it. It sounds nothing like it did when you were in the studio!

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