“What I could do — and the temptation lingers — is go over in detail just all the lovely touches the cast brings to the script. Really, that would feel delightful to me, reliving the banter between the Actors (as opposed to actors) as well as the simple human reactions they brought to life… Rather let me say sometimes I genuinely prefer this version to the movie with Jimmy Stewart. Sometimes. Most of the time I cannot make up my mind.”

Beaming with pride at this glowing review of Jenn’s direction, and our superlative cast. The consistent quality of both the script and our company’s deft performances is why this show has become one of my favorite holiday traditions. I cry every time. No joke.

Check out Night-Tinted Glasses’ full review of It’s a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play at Theatre Unleashed.

Want to see more pictures of It’s a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play to go with Night-Tinted Glasses’s stellar review? Check out my lighting portfolio for the show here!

About It’s a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play

“Look daddyteacher says every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings.”
One of the most beloved and treasured films of all time, nothing reflects the joy, soul and celebration of the holiday season more than Frank Capra’s sentimental classic It’s A Wonderful Life. Theatre Unleashed is pleased to bring back this heart-warming tale to the stage with It’s a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play. The show, an L.A. holiday must-see in its fifth year, takes place at KAWL, a struggling 1940s radio station that good-hearted owner Michael Anderson is barely keeping alive. He calls on some old friends (with big personalities) and some less-than-professional station employees to offer up the touching masterpiece in what might sadly be the station’s last live show. But it is the holidays, a time when miracles can happen…

For tickets and information, please visit the official website of Theatre Unleashed a Los Angeles-based non-profit theatre company.