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The Burns and Allen Show

 Gracie plays detective to outwit radio sleuth master Sam Spade.

 7:00 p.m. Sept. 24  and 1:30 p.m.  Sept. 25 & 26.

 Hult Center for the Performing Arts’ Soreng Theater in Eugene, OR.


After a year of doom, gloom and Zoom, Radio Redux — Eugene’s hit retro radio theater company — gleefully opens its 2021-22 season with a five-star salute to one of the all-time great comedy teams: George Burns and Gracie Allen. Gracie’s addiction to detective radio programs takes a real-life turn when she convinces herself that sleuth “Sam Spade” nailed the wrong person. Determined to right this fictional wrong, she unleashes one crazy ploy after another. To add to the fun, Radio Redux, whose live shows evoke a 1940s radio program, dials up a second old-time radio favorite, the goofy Duffy’s Tavern and other comedic surprises.




The House in Cypress Canyon

A scream in the night sends chills through a couple’s new home.

7:00 p.m. Oct. 29 and 1:30 p.m. Oct. 30 & 31.

Hult Center for the Performing Arts’ Soreng Theater in Eugene, OR.


Get creeped out this Halloween with Radio Redux! The popular Eugene audio theater company will totally spook you with The House in Cypress Canyon, one of radio’s all-time classic horror shows from the top-rated Suspense series. Cringe when a mysteriously locked closet begins oozing death and destruction, transforming a young couple’s dream home into a nightmare. If you like being scared, this thriller—done live as a 1940s style radio program—will  put goosebumps atop your goosebumps. But, wait, there’s more! Coupled with the hit horror show is another (surprise) chiller from the dark side guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat.


Radio Redux’s Holiday Special

Holiday happiness rules in Radio Redux’s joyful revue of seasonal songs and stories.

7:00 p.m. Dec. 17 and 1:30 p.m. Dec. 18 & 19.

Hult Center for the Performing Arts’ Soreng Theater in Eugene, OR.


Have a holly-jolly holiday with Radio Redux’s merry makers, back to make this yuletide happier than ever with a brand new live1940s radio-style show that revisits favorite hit songs and stories that radio in the 1940s celebrated to shape how Americans now view the holidays--dramatized stories like the Damon Runyon Theater classic “Dancing Dan’s Christmas,” the Duffy’s Tavern comedy “The Gang Does The Christmas Carol,” and the Dragnet spoof “Yulenet,” and songs like "Here Comes Santa Claus," "Up on the Housetop" and "Santa Claus is Coming to Town." And there’s more! The fun comes courtesy of Eugene’s hit audio theater whose shows are … Radio Worth Watching!


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The Fibber McGee and Molly Show

Finding a flying saucer flummoxes Fibber to fantastical fantasies.

7:00 p.m. Feb. 25 and 1:30 p.m. Feb. 26 & 27.

Hult Center for the Performing Arts’ Soreng Theater in Eugene, OR.

Heavenly days! Finding a fast-moving flying saucer flat out flummoxes Fibber to fantastical fantasies in Radio Redux’s hilarious live re-creation of a classic show by radio’s famous comedy team, Fibber McGee and Molly (played by Rebecca Nachison and Sandy Silverthorne). The popular Eugene audio theater company turns on the jets, and the jokes, to zoom Fibber’s excitement sky high after a silver UFO sets down in his yard, unloading a spaceship full of mayhem and mirth. What fun! Also on the production’s silly side is the Screen Guild Playhouse's romantic romp "Take a Letter, Darling" (starring Shirley Andress and Paul Rhoden.) Based on a popular 1942 film, the inventive satire turns the business world upside down. 


The Great Gatsby

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s great American novel electrifies the airwaves.

7:00 p.m. April 15 and 1:30 p.m. April 16 & 17.

Hult Center for the Performing Arts’ Soreng Theater in Eugene, OR.


The Jazz Age comes alive in Radio Redux’s original adaptation of the famous American author F. Scott Fitzgerald’s time-honored 1925 novel, The Great Gatsby,  that skewers the rich and the famous. Mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby — obsessed with reuniting with his former lover, Daisy Buchanan, now married and a mother — is the heart of this touching but tragic boy-meets-girl yarn, for which the hit Eugene audio theater company pulls out all the stops to authentically present this story as a 1940s radio show, with music, commercials and sound effects.  Paired with the all-time classic is the mind-bending magical realism comedy Mr. Sycamore. It’s a dandy, and we’re not barking up the wrong tree.

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