**Blog & News**
"Get beHIND the ARTS"
Another successful year participating in this fun event! We look foward to 2014!
RG Holiday Season 2012
This year's radio show season is a busy one. No sooner had we begun planning for an amazing city-wide celebration for the 200th Anniversary of Charles Dickens' birth on Sunday, December 9, when we got the request from the Kenosha Library to reprise our highly successful adaptation of "The Hobbit" at their HobbitFest on Saturday, December 15th!! But, we're all 'ON BOARD" and looking forward to a busy and rewarding season of radio theatre and bringing what we love to the residents of Kenosha and beyond!! Stay tuned for updates.
You can watch our Hobbit Performance @ PM&L online here on Kenosha TV Please consider sponsoring our future events!
July 2012: We were excited, once again, to offer our Old Time Radio shows LIVE on local TV. Our most recent show on Channel 14 was Tuesday, August 7 at 7 pm featuring Jack Benny, Burns & Allen and the Whistle Junction Quartet. You can find out more about this fun and talented quartet, whose members are associated with the Spirit of the Lake Chorus by visiting their website here! You can watch the performance on Kenosha TV (thanks to our sponsors Villani, Becker, and Larsen!!)
May 2012: Our collaboration with Kenosha TV continues to expand and they are now offering "on-demand" videos of our recent performances!! Thank you to our friends at Channel 14. You can access the link below. Please consider sponsoring our shows! Donations of varying amounts are available, and your business will be featured at the end of the credits of our video!! Email Nita Hunter @ email@example.com for more info.
Thank you to the Choral Arts Society of Southeast Wisconsin for collaborating with us on a wonderful celebration of the life of Walt Whitman!! If you haven't attended a performance of the CAS, consider that next year! This talented group just celebrated its 25th Anniversary!
We love Lisa & Jav at 2nd First Look, not only for featuring us on their site recently, but for all they do to promote and inspire the arts!!
Very excited to be performing at a new and unique venue this October 22, 2011: Brumder Mansion in Milwaukee!
Thank you Kenosha News, and She Magazine for the wonderful article on Radiogirl Productions written by Liz Snyder. Click below to read it:
We are extremely proud to announce our affiliation with WGTD, 91.1 public radio!! You can listen to our shows in the Kenosha Area every Friday night from 6-7 pm, Saturday night from 7-8, and Sunday from 5-6 pm on their community radio station: HD-3. You'll need an HD radio tuner to join in the fun! Many thanks to WGTD and HD-3 program director Steve Brown.
Rick Hagerty hosts Old Time Radio Show!!
Join our sound designer and engineer Rick Hagerty every Tuesday from 9 to noon as he shares the finest in original Old Time Radio Shows on his new show "RADIO ROOTS." Listen in Lake County at 98.3 FM WRLR, or listen & watch Rick online at www.wrlr.fm
RG Productions makes TV debut
Two original radio plays were performed in RG Productions first LIVE cable TV performance on Kenosha Community Media Channel 14 on August 3. "Rebecca Diamond, Private Eye: Theft of Confidence," by producer/writer Nita Hunter and "The Cigarette Thief," by actor/writer Jan Michalski. To listen to the performance click here. Thank you KCM Channel 14!!
RG Productions' Radio Play
REBECCA DIAMOND, PRIVATE EYE: THEFT OF CONFIDENCE, written by RG Founder and Producer Nita Hunter has won 2nd Place in the National Audio Theater Festival's 2008 Scriptwriting Contest. This is the second time the honor of an NATF award has been given to the Rebecca Diamond series and includes the possibility of production at this year's summer festival. www.natf.org
**We've been EXPOSED!!!
Click here for the recent 2 part article about RG in Expose Kenosha
**Our sound engineer, Rick Hagerty was recently featured in the Kenosha News. Rick has a wonderful collection of vintage and replica microphones and radios. Click here to read part of it.
We completely enjoyed our November, 2007 performance of "The Third Man" with the Chicago Zither Orchestra