1 hr 6 min

‘Twas the Night: A Radio Play to Benefit The Actors Fun‪d‬ The Hamilcast: A Hamilton Podcast

    • Performing Arts

A celebration of all the holiday classics, ’Twas The Night is a feel-good homage to the original poem, set in a world with security alarms, cell phones, and a little Christmas magic. Parents Ian and Margaret are having a serene Christmas night, their two children dreaming of sugar plums in the next room, when a series of noises and crashes cause concern that Margaret’s younger brother is playing a holiday prank. But who, really, arose such a clatter? In the end, the whole family remembers that it’s never too late to say what you mean and that the spirit of Christmas is stronger than ever.
Listeners of 'Twas the Night are encouraged to donate to The Actors Fund, supporting their mission of fostering stability and resiliency, and providing a safety net for performing arts and entertainment professionals over their lifespan. 
Visit twasthenightplay.com for more information.
 
Credits
Aneesa Folds as Margaret​
Michael Paul Smith as Ian
Nik Walker as Nick​
Fergie L Philippe as Max
Lexi Garcia as Julie
James Monroe Iglehart as Santa
Christopher Jackson as Narrator
Eddy Lee as News Announcer, Dispatcher, more
 
Additional voices by
​Patrick Hinds and Gillian Pensavalle

Written and directed by Michael Paul Smith
 
Production management by Leah Cornish for Mischief Media
Sound Editing by Michael Paul Smith and Matt Tamanini
Sound Effects by Matt Tamanini
Additional music provided by Matt Wilson Christmas Tree-O
​Communications by Tori Bryan for Mischief Media
Graphics for 'Twas The Night by Jordan Edwards for Mischief Media
Website by Jenson Neal and Jordan Edwards
​Produced by Mischief Media and Jenson Neal
Executive Producer Gillian Pensavalle

Special Thanks To:
​Melissa Anelli, Founder and CEO of Mischief Media
SAG-AFTRA
The Actors Fund
 
The Actors Fund is a national human services organization that helps everyone— performers and those behind the scenes—who works in performing arts and entertainment, serving more than 17,000 people annually. Programs include social services and emergency financial assistance, health care and insurance counseling, housing, and employment and training services. Visit www.actorsfund.org to learn more.

A celebration of all the holiday classics, ’Twas The Night is a feel-good homage to the original poem, set in a world with security alarms, cell phones, and a little Christmas magic. Parents Ian and Margaret are having a serene Christmas night, their two children dreaming of sugar plums in the next room, when a series of noises and crashes cause concern that Margaret’s younger brother is playing a holiday prank. But who, really, arose such a clatter? In the end, the whole family remembers that it’s never too late to say what you mean and that the spirit of Christmas is stronger than ever.
Listeners of 'Twas the Night are encouraged to donate to The Actors Fund, supporting their mission of fostering stability and resiliency, and providing a safety net for performing arts and entertainment professionals over their lifespan. 
Visit twasthenightplay.com for more information.
 
Credits
Aneesa Folds as Margaret​
Michael Paul Smith as Ian
Nik Walker as Nick​
Fergie L Philippe as Max
Lexi Garcia as Julie
James Monroe Iglehart as Santa
Christopher Jackson as Narrator
Eddy Lee as News Announcer, Dispatcher, more
 
Additional voices by
​Patrick Hinds and Gillian Pensavalle

Written and directed by Michael Paul Smith
 
Production management by Leah Cornish for Mischief Media
Sound Editing by Michael Paul Smith and Matt Tamanini
Sound Effects by Matt Tamanini
Additional music provided by Matt Wilson Christmas Tree-O
​Communications by Tori Bryan for Mischief Media
Graphics for 'Twas The Night by Jordan Edwards for Mischief Media
Website by Jenson Neal and Jordan Edwards
​Produced by Mischief Media and Jenson Neal
Executive Producer Gillian Pensavalle

Special Thanks To:
​Melissa Anelli, Founder and CEO of Mischief Media
SAG-AFTRA
The Actors Fund
 
The Actors Fund is a national human services organization that helps everyone— performers and those behind the scenes—who works in performing arts and entertainment, serving more than 17,000 people annually. Programs include social services and emergency financial assistance, health care and insurance counseling, housing, and employment and training services. Visit www.actorsfund.org to learn more.

1 hr 6 min

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