Season Event

Theater of the First Amendment: Live Wire

  • April 17, 2011 at 4:00 pm

Concert Hall

NOTE: This show was previousy scheduled on May 7th and was forced to be changed to April 17th due to a scheduling conflict after the Season Catalogs and Order Forms were printed. The Online Order form is correct. Thank You for your understanding and we apologize for any inconvenience.
Theater of the First Amendment: Live Wire

Live Wire recreates the distinctive look, exciting sound, and nostalgic feel of the classic radio days of the 1930s, featuring a selection of authentic shows drawn from George Mason University's extensive Federal Theatre Project archives. Originally created to keep the radio industry alive during the Great Depression, this anthology of original programming is performed by Mason's award-winning professional company, Theater of the First Amendment (TFA). TFA’s original staging of Live Wire in 1992 was critically acclaimed by The Washington Post and was broadcast by National Public Radio (NPR).

Pre-Performance Discussion: Howard Vincent Kurtz, Live Wire Costume Designer, Professor, Theater at Mason (Apr 17, 2011) Pre-Performance Discussion

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$36, $28, $18. 1 Free Student Ticket Available with Mason ID