Session: Fall 2020
Chapter:  Houston
Location:  ONLINE
Time:  6:00pm - 7:50pm
Day:  Thursday
Starts:  08/27
Ages:  12-18
Tuition:  $295.00

Class Description

From the 1920's to the mid 1950's, radio was the predominant form of home entertainment. Families would gather in front of the radio in the evenings to enjoy their favorite comedies, mysteries, westerns and variety shows.  We will learn how this was done and actually cast and record some classic radio shows, like Our Miss Brooks and Sam Spade, that will be produced and posted online for everyone to enjoy. This class will be fun for everyone as you recreate some of the most famous characters in entertainment history and also learn how to create sound effects in radio production.

*We are hoping that the students will be able to perform their show at a local radio station as well if the social distancing standards are acceptable for being in a station at the time of the final class.

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Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson has been active in CYT since 2010 and has served as a volunteer, lighting designer and operator and has performed in CCT productions. He is currently a member of the CYT Board of Directors. He has also served on the Board of Directors for The Players Theatre Company at The Owen Theatre where, he has participated in the production of numerous radio programs and has a thorough understanding of the history of radio and its impact on the current entertainment industry.


Brandon Christian

Howdy! I love all things music from performing to the production side. I've been in musical productions from elementary to Atascocita High School along with being in tech production since I was 12. I've also been on church worship staffs as a worship leader and production director and have been involved in large scale church productions. I love being apart of this amazing CYT family. There's no other theater company like it!