The Masonic Radio Theatre is a both a tribute to Freemasonry and a throwback to the radio dramas of the past. Recorded in the highest quality, yet made to sound as if they were broadcast in the 1930s, the Masonic Radio theatre is sure to captivate your attention while solidifying your love of Freemasonry.
Masonic Radio Theatre - 007 - The Lodge of Gold Pt 1
This time on Masonic Radio Theatre, we go back to the Old West for a tale of adventure and mystery in The Lodge of Gold Pt 1. What if Doc Holiday, Billy the Kid and Wyatt Earp were all Freemasons? What if they attended lodge together and what if they were hot on the trail of an ancient Mexican Masonic Lodge made of gold? Join us this week for the first part in this exciting series in the search for El Dorado Lodge #79!
Masonic Radio Theatre - 006 - All Points Bulletin
This time on Masonic Radio Theatre, there is a missing person from a construction site, and Bill Gordon is on the case. Tune in for the mystery!
The Masonic Radio Theatre - 005 - The Masons Master II - Well Tyled
Join us this week as Herbert and Ethel get into it again. This time Herbert won't leave the bathroom! "After Lodge" Jason guest stars as Herbert Shoemaker!
Masonic Radio Theatre - 004 - The Christmas Special
Join The Masonic Radio Theatre for a Christmas Special! The show is packed with great Masonic content all while conveying great messages for the season!
The Masonic Radio Theatre - 003 - The Mason's Master
Get ready to laugh! This week is the story of a Brother who might not abide by his 24" gauge all too well. His wife lets him know about it! Hilarity ensues!
The Masonic Radio Theatre - 002 - A Lodge Is Born
This time around we adapt something many of us are familiar with, The Old Tyler Talks. Episode 2 of The Masonic Radio Theatre brings to life the story of a new lodge being chartered. The players are WB. Jon Ruark, SD Jason Richards and WB. Nick Johnson. Our announcer is WB. Bill Hosler. Get ready to go back in time, sit in your favorite chair and listen to the magic of old time radio...
Well done, Masons!
I just finished listening to the first episode so this review is based on that.
This is one fun show, produced with a keen ear for 1930s vintage radio and a sense of ironic affection for the genre hovering somewhere between Ed Wood and the Firesign Theatre. It's also an effective bit of anti-tinfoil-hat PR for the Freemasons, so mission accomplished, dudes.
Just What The Doctor Ordered!
I was introduced to Masonic Lite as the featured program at a Stated Meeting of my Lodge , Brownstone #666, Hershey, PA, this past June. As a newly-raised Master Mason (February 2019) I have been a zealot with all things Masonic.
The topics for each show are varied and the hosts as well as the presenters and guests are entertaining and refreshing. It reminds me of the radio show “car talk” with the banter and jokes along with very interesting and useful information for both new Masons and we’ll-seasoned brothers.
I really enjoy listening and look forward to new shows as well as catching up with past episodes.
Keep ‘em coming!
Brother Mike O’Donovan
I will start with telling you that I am not yet a Freemason. I do have a petition that I'm turning in tomorrow. But in my research to see if Freemasonry is right for me I found this as well as Whence came you and the winding stairs. All are fantastic and give a great idea of what freemasonry is all about. I especially enjoy this style as it is unique and gives education while keeping quite entertaining. Great work to all involved.