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WGTD Radio Theater: Summer's Over!
Three new comedy episodes of Ozzie & Harriet, Our Miss Brooks, and the Great Gildersleeve!





WGTD Radio Theater: The Kane Shadow in A Roaring Murder!
Orson Welles travels to the days of flappers and and speakeasies to solve a mysterious disappearance

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WGTD Radio Theater! Sorry Wrong Number...and More!

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BROWN. Thurgood Marshall and Earl Warren. A Conversation

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Olympia Brown Unitarian Universalist Church, 625 College Avenue, Racine, Wisconsin 53403

The play, "BROWN. Thurgood Marshall and Earl Warren. A Conversation", written by Steve Brown and Mike Ullstrup, will be presented at two performances this fall.

About the play... The words “Separate but Equal,” and “With All Deliberate Speed,” can all be applied to the 1954 U.S. Supreme Court decision in their landmark decision of "Brown v. The Board of Education.” Eight-time award winning playwrights Dr. Steve Brown and Michael Ullstrup tackle another important social issue as their latest play is historically accurate, timely, and captivating.

This play was first performed as a full theatrical stage production in April at the University of Missouri-Kansas City as part of a national symposium celebrating the 60th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court 1954 decision in Brown v. The Board of Education of Topeka Kansas. This world premiere was introduced by Cheryl Brown Henderson.

The play stars Steven Dundis as Earl Warren and Cameron Spencer as Thurgood Marshall. Viki DuMez directs. If you are interested in a presentation of this award winning play at your venue, please contact Dr. Steve Brown at drstevenmbrown@gmail.com.

In the words of Cheryl Brown Henderson, “When it comes to this production about the Brown case, “This play is set in present day and gives us a glimpse into what Thurgood Marshall and Earl Warren might be talking about today, in 2014, as they reminisce about the Brown case and what led up to it, and where we go from here.”

For more information about the Brown-Ullstrup Performing Arts Foundation, go to www.brownullstrupfoundation.org.

For more information about Olympia Brown Unitarian Universalist Church, go to www.obuuc.org.

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BROWN. Thurgood Marshall and Earl Warren. A Conversation

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Ulysses S Grant National Historic Site, 7400 Grant Road, St. Louis, Missouri 63123

The play, "BROWN. Thurgood Marshall and Earl Warren. A Conversation", written by Steve Brown and Mike Ullstrup, will be presented at two performances this fall.

If you are interested in a presentation of this award winning play at your venue, please contact Dr. Steve Brown at drstevenmbrown@gmail.com.

About the play... The words “Separate but Equal,” and “With All Deliberate Speed,” can all be applied to the 1954 U.S. Supreme Court decision in their landmark decision of "Brown v. The Board of Education.” Eight-time award winning playwrights Dr. Steve Brown and Michael Ullstrup tackle another important social issue as their latest play is historically accurate, timely, and captivating.

This play was first performed as a full theatrical stage production in April at the University of Missouri-Kansas City as part of a national symposium celebrating the 60th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court 1954 decision in Brown v. The Board of Education of Topeka Kansas. This world premiere was introduced by Cheryl Brown Henderson.

The play stars Steven Dundis as Earl Warren and Cameron Spencer as Thurgood Marshall. Viki DuMez directs.

In the words of Cheryl Brown Henderson, “When it comes to this production about the Brown case, “This play is set in present day and gives us a glimpse into what Thurgood Marshall and Earl Warren might be talking about today, in 2014, as they reminisce about the Brown case and what led up to it, and where we go from here.”

For more information about the Brown-Ullstrup Performing Arts Foundation, go to www.brownullstrupfoundation.org.

For more information about the Ulysses S Grant National Historic Site, go to www.nps.gov/ulsg.

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WGTD Radio Theater! Detective Double-Header!

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"Live" from Lake Lawn Resort

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WGTD Radio Theater! Lost and Found for the Holidays!

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"Live" from Lake Lawn Resort!

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