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R-ACT Theatre Productions is a community of creative and motivated artists who work and play to keep the arts alive in Beaver County, Pennsylvania and beyond.

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R-ACT Theatre Productions is a community of creative and motivated artists who work and play to keep the arts alive in Beaver County, Pennsylvania and beyond.

    R-ACT Live! | 2017 Holiday Radio Show

    R-ACT Live! | 2017 Holiday Radio Show

    R-ACT Live! | I'll Be Seeing You







     







    On episode 5 of the TSVP Radio Theater Podcast, we present R-ACT’s 2017 Annual Holiday Radio Show, I’ll Be Seeing You, performed live at the Merrick Art Gallery in New Brighton, Pennsylvania. Cast and crew: Shantih Bianco, Heather Beckman, Karen Blackburn, Bill Bruce, Donna Glaab, Scott Hamilton, Joann Irons, Brian Kedelesic, Gloria Little, Vickie Mann, Kevin McGuire, Michelle Morris-Donner, Mike Nelson, Scott Reinard, Lynn Snyder, Bethany Straub.  Special performance live sound, recording, and editing by The Social Voice Project.



    This episode was recorded December 2, 2017 at the Merrick Art Gallery, New Brighton, Pa. Host: Scott Reinard.  Podcast executive producer: Kevin Farkas.  Audiography: Kevin Farkas, Dave Holoweiko, Bryan Chemini, Jon Stile, Eric Stresky, and Jacob Scurzenski. ©R-ACT Theatre Productions Podcast/The Social Voice Project, Inc.  All rights reserved.



     







     







    ABOUT THE PODCAST



    TSVP’s Radio Theater Podcast presents classic, contemporary, and original imaginative audio productions, including recorded, staged, and live streamed performances before live audiences.  In addition to showcasing performances, the podcast is dedicated to promoting and celebrating the craft of local theater.  In 2018, The Social Voice Project partnered with the Merrick Art Gallery and the Rochester Area Heritage Society to bring three radio-styled audio performances to Beaver County.



     



     







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    • 1 hr 21 min
    R-ACT Theatre Podcast (Ep 4) – I’ll Be Seeing You

    R-ACT Theatre Podcast (Ep 4) – I’ll Be Seeing You

    Beverly Dicken | I'll Be Seeing You





     



    On episode 4 of the R-ACT Theatre Productions Podcast, we talk with Beverly Dicken about R-ACT’s 2017 Annual Holiday Radio Play: I’ll Be Seeing You, directed by Beverly Dicken and written by Charles Martin. Also featured on the podcast: readings from the play and commentary by the actors.







    This episode was recorded November 21, 2017 in Rochester, Pa. Host: Scott Reinard, with Beverly Dicken and cast.  Podcast executive producer: Kevin Farkas.  Audiography: Kevin Farkas.  Music (available on YouTube): Richard Hayman ("I'll Be Seeing You” [arr. R. Hayman]), Newell Oler ("I'll Be Seeing You"), The Orchard Enterprises (I'll Be Seeing You”), Kevin MacLeod ("Jingle Bells").©R-ACT Theatre Productions Podcast/The Social Voice Project, Inc.  All rights reserved.



     



     



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    • 12 min
    R-ACT Theatre Podcast (Ep 3) – Gaslight (Angel Street)

    R-ACT Theatre Podcast (Ep 3) – Gaslight (Angel Street)

    Robert Eric Armstrong | Gaslight (Angel Street)





     



    On episode 3 of the R-ACT Theatre Productions Podcast, we talk with Robert Eric Armstrong about R-ACT’s 2017 production of Gaslight (Angel Street), written by Patrick Hamilton and directed by Robert Eric Armstrong. Also featured on the podcast, readings from the play and commentary by actors Jenn Rian, Eric McAnallen, Dave Neuhart, Danielle Lang, and Rica Howarth.







    This episode was recorded October 15, 2017 in Rochester, Pa. Host: Scott Reinard.  Guest: Robert Eric Armstrong.  Featuring the voices of Jenn Rian, Eric McAnallen, Neuhart, Danielle Lang, and Rica Howarth. Podcast executive producer: Kevin Farkas.  Audiography: Kevin Farkas, Dave Holoweiko.  Music (available on Soundcloud.com): Camoflex (“Tears From Heaven”), Tomoki Umeda (“Piano Adlib2”), TC Randolph (“Cello Solo Dorian”), Jet Fly (“Atmospheric Organ”). ©R-ACT Theatre Productions Podcast/The Social Voice Project, Inc. All rights reserved.



     



     



     









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    • 18 min
    R-ACT Theatre Podcast (Ep 2) – Butterflies Are Free

    R-ACT Theatre Podcast (Ep 2) – Butterflies Are Free

    Shantih Bianco | Butterflies Are Free

     





    On episode 2 of the R-ACT Theatre Productions Podcast, we talk with Shantih Bianco about R-ACT’s 2017 production of Butterflies Are Free, written by Leonard Gershe and directed by Shantih Bianco. Also featured on the podcast, readings from the play and commentary by actors Italia Nowicki, Zak Mitrecic, and Danielle Lang.









    This episode was recorded June 28, 2017 in Rochester, Pa. Host: Dave Holoweiko, with Shantih Bianco.  Featuring the voices of Italia Nowicki, Zak Mitrecic, and Danielle Lang.  Podcast executive producer: Kevin Farkas.  Audiography: Kevin Farkas.  Music (available on Soundcloud.com): user4753577 (“Kvartet 4M - Bebel (1968)”), Jonas Volf (“The Shadow of Your Smile”), Smitty (“Song for Bruce”).  Other Sounds (available on YouTube.com): bar2880 (“Edward Albert sings ‘Butterflies Are Free’”), SharonTateForever (“Sharon Tate - Butterflies Are Free”). ©2017 R-ACT Threatre Productions Podcast/TSVP. All rights reserved.



     



     



     









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    • 15 min
    R-ACT Theatre Podcast (Ep 1) – Moon Over Buffalo

    R-ACT Theatre Podcast (Ep 1) – Moon Over Buffalo

    Larry Spinnenweber | Moon Over Buffalo







     



    On episode 1 of the R-ACT Theatre Productions Podcast, we talk with Larry Spinnenweber about R-ACT's 2017 production of Moon Over Buffalo, written by Ken Ludwig and directed by Larry Spinnenweber.  Also appearing on the podcast is R-ACT president, Mike Nelson.  Featuring readings from the play and commentary by actors Cheryl Crabb, Scott Hamilton, Jenn Rian, Mary Romeo, and Bruce Travers.







    This episode was recorded May 26 2017 in Rochester, Pa. Host: Dave Holoweiko, with Larry Spinnenweber, Mike Nelson.  Featuring the voices of Cheryl Crabb, Scott Hamilton, Jenn Rian, Mary Romeo, Bruce Travers.  Executive Producer: Kevin Farkas.  Audiography: Kevin Farkas, Bryan Chemini. Music (available on Soundcloud.com): Shane Ivers (“Rendezvous”), Jonas Volf (“The Shadow of Your Smile”), André J. Spang (“DED16 Jazz”), Njoy (“Morning Jazz”). ©2017 R-ACT Threatre Productions Podcast/TSVP. All rights reserved.



     



     



     











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    • 21 min

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