Coming Up…

The 10th Anniversary Season: “Dracula”

October 23, 2011

The Great Horror Classic Comes to Life

Join us in celebrating Halloween a little early as we bring Bram Stroker’s horror classic to life in our recreation of the Canadian Broadcasting Company’s 1949 broadcast of Dracula.

The story of Count Dracula has been the subject of many films and plays, and this particular version is especially chilling. We hope you will join us.

Those Thrilling Days of Yesteryear is a radio troupe comprised of professional actors and voice-over artists and has been providing top-notch entertainment to Oak Park Arms residents and the near by community for 10 years.

Admission is free and it's fun for the whole family.

 

Show Archive

Click on the links below for more information about the shows performed and, where available, links to listen to the original broadcasts.

September 2002

The Life of Riley

October 2002

Halloween Classics

December 2002

Campbell Theater Playhouse: “A Christmas Carol”

Originally broadcast December 23, 1938

February 16, 2003

Lux Radio Theater: “Casablanca”

Originally broadcast January 24, 1944

April 2003

Radio Classics

June 2003

“When the Students Take Over” featuring:

November 2003

“The Trouble with Gambling” featuring:

December 14, 2003

Lux Radio Theater: “It’s a Wonderful Life”

Originally broadcast March 10, 1947

March 2004

“Tribute to Sci-Fi Writers” featuring:

August 2004

“Game Shows” featuring:

September 2004

“Back To School” featuring:

October 24, 2004

Canadian Broadcast Company’s Stage Series: “Dracula”

December 19, 2004

Lux Radio Theater: “Miracle on 34th Street”

Originally broadcast December 22, 1947

February 20, 2005

“The Trouble With Love” featuring:

April 10, 2005

Lux Radio Theater: “The Wizard of Oz”

Originally broadcast December 25, 1950

June 26, 2005

“Dark Humor From Classic Literature” featuring:

August 21, 2005

“Beware of the Backseat” featuring:

October 30, 2005

“Tricks and Treats” featuring:

December 18, 2005

“Santa & Scrooge” featuring:

February 19, 2006

“Will You Wait For Me?” featuring:

May 7, 2006

“They Seem So Lifelike” featuring:

July 9, 2006

“The Clowns who Came to Dinner” featuring:

September 10,2006

Lux Radio Theater: “Destry Rides Again”

Originally broadcast November 5, 1945

October 29, 2006

“What’s That Sound Coming From Behind The Door?” featuring:

December 10, 2006

“Plastic Tips, Metal Tips!!!” featuring:

February 11, 2007

Lux Radio Theater: “All About Eve”

Originally broadcast October 1, 1951

March 25, 2007

“Vacuum Cleaners & Love Don’t Mix” featuring:

May 20, 2007

Lux Radio Theater: “Treasure Island”

Originally broadcast January 29, 1951

September 16, 2007

“When Storks Get Lost” featuring:

December 16, 2007

Lux Radios Theater: “Alice In Wonderland”

Originally broadcast December 24, 1951

February 17, 2008

Lux Radio Theater: “Sunset Boulevard”

Originally broadcast September 17, 1951

March 30, 2008

“Babysitting? What Could Go Wrong?” featuring:

May 18, 2008

“Father’s Day” featuring:

September 14, 2008

The Adventures of Superman: “Batman’s Great Mystery:”

November 2, 2008

“Election Comedy from the Golden Age of Radio” featuring:

December 14, 2008

Lux Radio Theater: “Pinocchio”

Originally broadcast December 26, 1939

February 8, 2009

“Old Time Radio Salutes the Academy Awards” featuring:

March 15, 2009

“Take a Bite out of Crime” featuring:

September 13, 2009

“Vacation Blues” featuring:

November 1, 2009

“There’s a Ghost in the House” featuring:

December 20, 2009

Lux Radio Theater: “Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs”

Originally broadcast December 26, 1938

February 21, 2010

“Two Classics from Jack Benny” featuring:

April 11, 2010

“The Great Radio Detectives: Hard-Boiled & Soft-Boiled” featuring:

May 23, 2010

The Best of “Command Performance”

Originally broadcast 1942-1949

September 12, 2010

“Fire Fighters!”

Originally broadcast 1948

October 24, 2010

“Darn That Science” featuring:

December 19, 2010

The Best of “Christmas Command Performance”

Originally broadcast 1942-1949

February 13, 2010

“It’s a Man’s Life in Old Time Radio” featuring:

March 27, 2010

“Comic Strips on the Radio” featuring:

May 22, 2011

Lux Radio Theater: “The Scarlet Pimpernel”

Originally broadcast December 12, 1938

OUR 10TH SEASON, featuring "THE BEST OF TTDY"

September 18, 2011

“Beware of the Backseat” featuring:

October 23, 2011

Canadian Broadcast Company’s Stage Series: “Dracula”

November 20, 2011

Lux Radio Theater: “Miracle on 34th Street”

Originally broadcast December 22, 1947

December 22, 2011

Lux Radio Theater: “Miracle on 34th Street”

Originally broadcast December 22, 1947

January 22, 2012

“Old Time Radio Salutes the Academy Awards” featuring:

  • The Lucky Strike Program featuring Jack Benny: “High Noon”
  • Originally broadcast September 28, 1952
  • The Magnificent Montague: “Lost in Hollywood”
  • Originally broadcast January 19, 1951

February 19, 2012

“Will You Wait For Me?” featuring:

  • Make Believe Town, Hollywood: “A Very Important Appointment”
  • Originally broadcast August 8, 1948
  • A Day In the Life Of Dennis Day: “Dennis Must Decide Between an Acting Career and His Girlfriend”
  • Originally broadcast May 5, 1948

March 25, 2012

Lux Radio Theater: “The Wizard of Oz”

Originally broadcast December 25, 1950

April 15, 2012

“Tribute to Sci-Fi Writers” featuring:

  • Exploring Tomorrow: Isaac Asimov’s “The Liar”
  • Originally broadcast February 26, 1958
  • X-Minus One: Ray Bradbury’s “Mars is Heaven”
  • Originally broadcast May 8, 1955

May 6, 2012

The Best of “Command Performance”

Originally broadcast 1942-1949

July 1, 2012

First Show/ Last Show

  • The Life of Riley - "Are We Ever Going to Get a Car?"
  • Originally broadcast November 22, 1947
  • Jack Benny - "Trouble With Twombley"
  • Originally broadcast May 22, 1954

September 2012

Pete Kelly's Blues

  • “Zelda”
  • Originally broadcast September 15, 1951
  • “Vita Brand”
  • Originally broadcast July 11, 1951

October 29, 2012

War of the Worlds

October 30, 1938

December 23, 2012

The Cinnamon Bear

Originally broadcast November-December 1937

February 2013

The Sidewalks of New York

  • Damon Runyon Theater - "Neat Strip"
  • Originally broadcast September 11, 1949
  • Fred Allen - "Brooklyn Pinafore" / "Hit By A Beer Barrel"
  • Originally broadcast November 25, 1945 and January 9, 1944

April 2013

The Sidewalks of New York

  • The Jack Benny Program- "Orson takes the gang to his movie set"
  • Originally broadcast March 21, 1943
  • the Danny Kaye Show - "Guest Star Betty Hutton"
  • Originally aired January 4, 1946

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