Review: Radio Hitchcock

Radio HitchcockRadio Hitchcock at 34 West Theatre Co.

In homage to radio dramas of the 40s and 50s, Radio Hitchcock is a delightful production from 34 West Theater Co., full of intrigue, suspense, and rambunctious humor. Written by Stephen Wayne and Jeff Querin (34 West co-founders), the story is set up in a similar fashion to the old radio dramas; a normal person is suddenly thrust into a dangerous or bizarre situation. In this case, our heroine Josephine (wonderfully portrayed by Kristen Kos, making her 34 West debut) is given an envelope by a frantic man claiming, “They’re after me. You’re our only hope,” as he is struck dead by a passing bus. Chaos, calamity, and whimsy ensue. Read full review at The Art Mag.


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