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SmorgShow Theater is a collection of classic, old-time radio dramas from the golden age of radio. Sit back and relax, turn off your lights and let us transport you to a world where your imagination takes over. If you have a favorite radio show that you would like to hear us present, email us at feedback@smorgshowpodcast.com. Check out the SmorgShow Podcast for more of our creative antics.
 
The REPS Presents Podcast features classic entertainment from the Golden Age of Radio. The thrilling mysteries, the legendary comedians, Hollywood guest stars, adventure shows, historic broadcasts and more. And also presenting full cast audio entertainment produced by REPS. “REPS Presents” is hosted by Jenn Ollivier.
 
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In our 11th installment of SmorgShow Theater, we re-enact ‘Knock at the Door’, which originally aired in 1942 on the ‘Lights Out’ radio drama series that centered around horror and the supernatural. This tale is narrated by Ella who describes her descent into madness – how she married a nice fellow and mama’s boy Jay who adores his mother to the po…
 
The REPS Halloween Spooktakular with thrills and chills and good old fashioned Halloween fun. It’s Halloween and precisely at midnight, spirits from the world beyond converge on an old haunted mansion and commandeer the radio airwaves to present their own ghost to ghost broadcast. At the stroke of “midnight” the ominous clock tolls away and the ter…
 
We are so excited to finally present our latest radio play that we have been working on since August. Normally the SmorgShow players re-enact classic radio dramas, but in this episode, we aim to deliver something a bit different. This time, we present to you a radio adaptation of “Rope”, a 1948 American psychological crime thriller directed by Alfr…
 
REPS Presents brings you another week of programs celebrating the Golden Age of Radio hosted today by Jenn Ollivier and Bryan Hendrickson. This week it’s a radio thriller followed by the comedy antics centered around April Fool’s Day. The next 60 minutes will be sure to entertain. First up it’s The Mysterious Traveler from December 11, 1951 We foll…
 
REPS Presents returns for another broadcast celebrating the Golden Age of Radio. This week we remember a unique comedy legend – – the one and only Groucho! First up it’s The Marx Bros Show from 1935 We start off the program with a rarely heard un-aired audition episode Of the Marx Brother Show from 1935. Groucho and Chico pose as Hollywood agents. …
 
Jenn Ollivier and co -host Bryan Hendrickson are back again for another week as hosts of REPS’ weekly salute to the Golden Age of Radio. This week by popular demand it’s another adventure in the old west with Gunsmoke followed by The Great Gildersleeve. You will not want to miss these fantastic programs from Radio’s Golden Age. In addition to our t…
 
Jenn Ollivier and co -host Bryan Hendrickson host REPS’ weekly salute to the Golden Age of Radio. This week it’s adventure in the old west followed by radio’s laugh champ himself. You will not want to miss these fantastic programs from Radio’s Golden Age. In addition, following our two featured attractions, REPS correspondent, Larry Gassman, will i…
 
This program is dedicated to those reveler’s who have yet to take down their Christmas lights as we present the last Christmas themed REPS Presents program of the season. So listen in , listen twice if need be, while you get on the ladder and remove the last vestige of this past Christmas Holiday. Bing Crosby Chesterfield Show from Dec 20th, 1950 B…
 
The very best wishes of the holiday season to all of you from every-one us at the Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound. We invite you to share your joy with ours as we celebrate this holiday season. In that joyous spirit we will bring you direct from the REPS radio soundstage — our holiday presentation of It’s a Wonderful Life! This adaption of Frank C…
 
After last week’s fiasco of the neighborhood power outtage caused by Bryan stringing up way too many Christmas lights, Jenn and Bryan return this week with more of their favorite yuletide shows from radio’s yesteryear. the power is still out so we start off this week’s program in the dark. Which is completely appropriate as we listen to a thrilling…
 
This week Jenn Ollivier and Bryan Hendrickson will once again turn back the dial on the REPS magic radio to present their favorite yuletide shows from radio’s yesteryear. While Bryan puts up the Christmas lights, the rest of us will hear The Mel Blanc Show, a program selected for this week’s broadcast by Bryan himself. In this broadcast, Mel tries …
 
As we prepare for Christmas and to close out 2016, we present to you the 10th installment of SmorgShow Theater. "Letter from Cynthia" is a re-enactment of an episode from "The Whistler" old-time radio drama series. Originally aired on 12-25-1949, "Letter from Cynthia" finds a medical intern receiving a letter from a lost love, the love he lost to h…
 
The Holiday Season is upon us and this week our host Jenn Ollivier is joined by Bryan Hendrickson. Together they will turn back the dial to present their favorite yuletide shows from radio’s yesteryear. A song from Bing Crosby starts off the program, followed by laughs from Red Skelton, A Christmas Party with Abbott and Costello and finishing off w…
 
In week three of our new series of REPS Presents hosted by the esteemed – Jenn Ollivier – REPS Presents Alexander Dumas’ classic story The Count of Monte Cristo. It is a dramatic and powerful story of love, jealousies and revenge set in early nineteenth century France. Robert Montgomery and Josephine Hutchinson lead this all star […]…
 
My goodness, here we are in the month of December already and it won’t be too long and we’ll be ringing in the new year. This week, REPS Presents an episode of George Burns and Gracie Allen. I really enjoy this program and this particular show is especially cute. It’s from November 25,1948 and centers […]…
 
This week’s episode premieres our new series on the Radio Theater Channel and features Jenn Ollivier as host. In this program it’s a bit of laughs followed by a thrilling adventure as Jenn brings you two great programs from radio’s Golden Age. First, it’s the Jack Benny program from October 17, 1948 with special guest […]…
 
In this program it’s a special Halloween treat. A classic radio thriller centered around an alien invasion from the planet Mars which begins on a farm in Grover’s Mill New Jersey. The invasion spreads swiftly and surely and within the hour it will become complete. Dramatized in the style of breaking news reports and live […]…
 
Spooky audio fun recorded live , October 15th, in Seattle. Veteran voice actor Tommy Cook along with a fine cast of audio thespians presented this Halloween treat! The Halloween Trilogy: “The Mark of the Beast” by Rudyard Kipling “The Canterville Ghost” by Oscar Wilde “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allan Poe […]…
 
The SmorgShow players recreate the classic radio drama, "Sorry, Wrong Number" by Lucille Fletcher which originally aired on the Suspense radio program on May 25, 1943. Mrs. Stevenson is a spoiled, bedridden daughter of a millionaire. The telephone is her sole connection with the outside world. One day, while listening to what seems to be a crossed …
 
This episode of the SmorgShow Podcast includes the latest installment of SmorgShow Theater where the SmorgShow Players re-enact Ray Bradbury’s classic short story, ‘The Ravine’. Written around 1936 during Mr. Bradbury’s formative high school years, ‘The Ravine’ emerged as a true story of his childhood fears of a dark, foreboding ravine that existed…
 
This is a segment from episode #74 of the SmorgShow Podcast. This episode originally streamed live at exactly 100 years after the Titanic struck the iceberg. We travel back in time and take a special look at voyage of the RMS Titanic for this special 100th anniversary of that tragic night of April 14-15, 1912.Our special episode is chock full of fa…
 
SmorgShow Theater is proud to present Frank Capra's classic, "It's a Wonderful Life" on the 65th anniversary of the original release. The main cast includes:Chris Bockay - George BaileyAlly Bockay - Narrator, The Bailey Kids, Tilly, Mrs. HatchKim Bockay - Mary Hatch-BaileyGeoff Wells - ClarenceDave Jackson - Joseph, Burt the Cop, Nick the Bartender…
 
This holiday season we present our special production of “A Christmas Carol”, by Charles Dickens. We brought in a large cast of actors to play the many characters of the classic story. This was by far our most ambitious production which would not have been possible to pull together if we had not previously done the other old-time radio dramas from …
 
SmorgShow Theater Presents Ray Bradbury’s ‘Zero Hour‘, originally broadcast on April 5, 1955 as a part of the Suspense radio series. Dave Jackson from the original Chris and Dave Smorgasbord radio show narrates this science fiction installment of SmorgShow Theater.It is a typical day in the New York home of the Morris family, and Mrs. Morris is bus…
 
The SmorgShow Players return to the stage to present, “The Sisters” by George Wells." Originally broadcast in 1944, the story begins with the purchase of a coffin for someone who has not yet died. Lydia Haskell explains that she has had a premonition of her own death and wants to plan her own funeral arrangements. The mortician and the police don't…
 
Originally broadcast November 16, 1950 on the CBS Radio Network. "On a Country Road" starts with a couple driving home at night using a short cut on an unfamiliar road. Their radio informs them that a psychotic woman patient who has a history of murder has escaped from a nearby institution armed with a meat cleaver. Just then their car comes to a s…
 
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