The Big Broadcast of 1954 - October 19-21, 26-28, 30 at the Regent Theater, Arlington, MA
- Join the Post-Meridian Radio Players this October for The Big Broadcast of
1954: Featuring Frank Cyrano�s Byfar Hour and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow!
Travel back to 1954 with the comedy and variety stylings of the Byfar Hour
featuring Frank Cyrano, Amelia Adams, Charley Kendall, Jenny Brennan and the
gang! This halloween Frank Cyrano meets Katherine Hepburn with hilarious
Then settle back as we present the classic Washington Irving tale,' The
Legend of Sleepy Hollow!' Adapted by Roy Sallows (But Oh, What Happened to
Hutchings!), our version of Sleepy Hollow is guaranteed to leave you looking
over your shoulder on the way home. Boston-band Jaggery provides the music
for the creepy tale.
The Big Broadcast of 1954 is staging seven performances this year at the
Wednesday Oct. 19
Thursday Oct. 20
Friday Oct. 21
Wednesday Oct. 26
Thursday Oct. 27
Friday Oct. 28
Sunday Oct. 30
All shows start at 8pm and are 2 hours long.
The Big Broadcast of 1954 is the premiere performance of the national Sleepy
Hollow: Ride Across America project. Four cities, four different horseman,
one Halloween. Visit www.sleepyhollow2011.com for more information about the
Sleepy Hollow: Ride Across America project.
Tickets are $20.00 regular price and $12.00 for seniors and students.
Tickets can be purchased online and at the box office of the Regent
For more information about the Big Broadcast of 1954, visit bb1954.pmrp.org.
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