Seattle Radio Theatre: 'Two Floors Below'

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Seattle Radio Theatre: 'Two Floors Below'
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Town Hall Seattle says
Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood is known for its spooky atmosphere, late-night ghost walks, and as a window into the past. This Halloween, Seattle Radio Theatre’s Feliks Banel has written an original piece based on the strange goings-on of this downtown area. In Banel’s own words, “There’s a mystery afoot, and it’s up to the reluctant sleuth to discover what’s really happening.” “Two Floors Below” features SRT’s trademark sound effects–designed and executed by audio artist Curtis Takahashi–in a nod to the glory days of radio. Produced and directed by Feliks Banel, Seattle Radio Theatre founding director, and acted by SRT favorites, the performance will also be broadcast live on KIRO-FM; plan to be in your seats no later than 7:45 pm for a little ‘studio audience warm-up’ prior to the program.
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By: Town Hall Seattle

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